After a first pre-purchase period, finally the Honor Band 6 lands in our country to bring us the latest addition to the brand’s line of premium wearables, with a larger screen, new health and fitness management features, and autonomy of up to two weeks.
The Honor Band 6 is a smart band with a 1.47-inch rectangular AMOLED display, with 368 × 194 pixels, and it has many of the health features normally found in other somewhat more expensive wearables, like the Honor Watch ES itself. And it is in fact that the proximity between these terminals does not cease to amaze us, in terms of design, with a great change compared to its predecessor.
It has 24/7 heart rate and stress monitoring, in addition to other important measurements such as blood oxygen or sleep monitoring, with the usual level of detail of other Honor devices through its dedicated application.
We will also have fitness tracking options, with ten predefined training modes for outdoor or indoor activities ranging from walking, running, cycling, elliptical, swimming, rowing or free training. As usual, each type of workout will show you different metrics to measure your performance, such as your SWOLF score for swimming.
As for more “smart” features, the Honor Band 6 also has the usual notifications for incoming calls and messages, music playback controls, weather forecasts, and a remote shutter when paired with a phone.
Finally, to finish off with a round device (although not literally) from Honor they assure that this activity bracelet will have autonomy of up to 14 days on a single charge for typical use, or up to 10 days of heavy use; all this with a renewed fast charging system with which we can recharge up to three days of use in just 10 minutes.
Availability and price
Landing a bit later than expected, finally the Honor Band 6 is now available in our country under its three black, white and pink color options, under a price of just 49.90 euros, for sale through the official website of the brand, as well as other distributors such as AliExpress, PcComponentes or Amazon (currently at a slightly higher price), among others.