Huawei Band 6 Quietly Launched In Malaysia At 219 Ringgits ($53)

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The closest rival of the Mi Band 6 may be the Band 6. But if Xiaomi has announced it at the latest conference with a number of many other outstanding products, Huawei did it quietly. Of course, there is still a chance for this smartband to get an appropriate release conference. But we have no information coming our way from the manufacturer itself.


As people pay more and more attention to their health in recent years, smart bracelets, as a very convenient body monitoring tool, are very popular with consumers. Among them, the Huawei Band is a very popular product series. Recently, Huawei officially launched a new generation of this smartband in selected markets.

Selling Points

According to the official introduction, the Huawei Band 6 sports a 1.47-inch large-size AMOLED full screen. Compared with the previous generation, the display area is increased by nearly 1.5 times. It can easily display more content while maintaining a very thin and light body of 18g.

We should also mention that, while having a thin and light body, the Huawei Band 6 also has a 180mAh large battery. It can achieve up to two weeks of battery life. Also, this product supports magnetic fast charging. Charging 5 minutes, you can use it for a few days.

Huawei Band 6 Health And Sports Monitoring

In terms of health monitoring, the Huawei Band 6 also added continuous blood oxygen monitoring function for the first time. But this smartband supports TruSeen TM 4.0 Heart rate monitoring, TruSleepTM 2.0 sleep monitoring, TruRelaxTM 2.0 pressure monitoring, heart health management, sleep apnea risk screening, etc.

Huawei Band 6

Apart from this, the Huawei Band 6 brings 96 sports modes. Compared with the Mi Band 6, there are dozens of more monitoring modes. With automatic sports recognition and professional sports algorithms, it can provide more scientific sports analysis.

At last, the price – the Huawei Band 6 is 219 ringgits (about $53) in Malaysia. So while bringing a variety of new features, it still maintains a very cost-effective price.


Via: gizchina.com

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