In November, Honor launched the Honor Band 6 in China as the world’s first full-screen smart wristband. Two months later, the brand showcased this product at CES 2021. At the event, the company confirmed that the smart wristband will be available in selected markets for about $35. A few months later, the Chinese tech company is finally preparing to launch the Honor Band 6 globally.
Honor Band 6 stands out for its full screen
An image of the Honor Band 6 and the note “Something BIG Is Coming” were posted on Honor Global’s official Twitter account. This post from the brand clearly shows that the new smart wristband will soon be launched globally.
— HONOR (@Honorglobal) March 22, 2021
The Honor Band 6 features a 1.47-inch rectangular AMOLED display with 194 x 368 pixels and 2.5D resolution. The smart wristband welcomes its users with three different color options, a thin Honor logo on the left side and a red power button on the right.
The wearable with Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity support does not support GPS. However, the device contains all the necessary sensors such as accelerometer, gyroscope, optical heart rate sensor and SpO2 (measures oxygen level in the blood) sensor.
Honor Band 6 also supports 10 different sports modes and features such as sleep tracking and menstrual cycle tracking. Finally, let’s mention that the smart wristband has 5 ATM water resistance and supports up to 14 days of battery life and magnetic charging.