Huawei ‘s Honor brand is set to unveil a new fitness track , Honor Band 6 named, over the next week. In a post posted to the Chinese social network Weibo, the company states that the official announcement will come on November 3, and that the new fitness band will bring with it “a new era for full-screen wearable devices.”
Most estimates are that the Honor Band 6 will come with a dramatically improved display – larger and higher quality than the Honor Band 5, which is satisfied with a 0.95-inch screen and a resolution of 240X120. A larger display with a higher resolution will of course allow more data to be displayed at the same time, detailed alerts as well as animations and menus that are more attractive to the user.
The rest of the Honor Band 6’s specs remain confidential for now, though it’s likely that similar to the previous model, Honor will offer a fitness track that includes tracking capabilities for a variety of different sports, heart rate and blood oxygen measurement (SpO2) which became a rather coveted item during the Corona epidemic. Its ability to indicate early respiratory problems. Apart from that, you will also receive alerts from your mobile phone and it is likely that you will support Hebrew just as it is supported in the current fitness strip.
The Honor Band 6 will be launched in the first phase in China, but there is no doubt that it will make its way quickly to the various trading sites. The Honor Band 5 can be purchased on websites at prices ranging around $ 25 for the international version , and it is likely that the new model will be priced similarly once it hits stores.