The new Huawei Band 6 is the first smartband from the Chinese manufacturer with a 1.47 ″ AMOLED FullView display and has a screen-to-body ratio of 64 percent. The screen has a resolution of 194 by 368 pixels with a ppi (pixel density) of 282. The screen is 148 percent larger than the predecessor. The whole weighs just 18 grams and lasts up to two weeks on a single charge. Continuous heart rate and sleep measurements are possible during these two weeks. A five minute charge should be enough for two days of use. Charging can be done with the included magnetic charger.
The Huawei Band 6 offers continuous Sp02 measurements (blood oxygen measurements) for 24 hours and comes with an extensive range of health monitoring functions, according to the manufacturer. There are 95 different training modes that you can start via the touchscreen. There are eleven professional training modes such as running, cycling and rope jumping. The other 85 modes are adapted for specific sports such as fitness, ball sports and different dance forms. The training algorithm analyzes and advises the athlete about training options. This smartband can also measure stress and keep track of the menstrual cycle.
Price and availability of Huawei Band 6
The Huawei Band 6 is immediately available for pre-order. From April 22, the smartband will officially go on sale for a suggested retail price of 59.99 euros.