In November 2020, the Chinese tech giant Honor introduced the Honor Band 6, and the company claimed it is the world’s first-ever full-screen fitness tracker in China. Two months later, the company showcased the product at the CES 2021 that took place in January. The event also served as the platform to announce details about the products and their availability across the global market. At the same event, Honor mentioned that the smart band would be available in select markets priced somewhere around $35. That was three months ago, and it was only on March 22nd that the company delivered on its promise: Honor teases the global launch of the Honor Band 6.
The official Twitter account of Honor Global tweeted an image of the upcoming Honor Band 6 with the caption “Something BIG Is Coming.” The ‘BIG’ no doubt refers to the size of the display screen for the fitness band. Moreover, the post indicates the global launch of the trackers which could not be far away now.
As for the specs, the Honor Band 6 features a 1.47-inch rectangular AMOLED display with a resolution of 194 x 368 pixels and 2.5D glass. Honor will offer the fitness band in three different colors: Meteorite Black, Seagull Grey, Coral Powder. The right side of the band sports a red power key.
Although the device comes with Bluetooth 5.0, it does not features GPS. But that does not mean that the band will be devoid of other important and necessary features. The Honor Band 6 comes with an accelerometer, a gyroscope, an optical heart rate sensor for heart rate monitoring, and a SpO2 sensor for blood oxygen level monitoring. The band also supports 10 sports modes: sleep monitoring, menstrual cycle monitoring, 5ATM water resistance, up to 14-day battery life, and magnetic charging.