Honor Band 6 launches in Europe: 1.47-inch AMOLED and 14-day battery life

The line between activity bracelets and smartwatches has almost blurred, and the difference can mostly lie in how the manufacturer has chosen to name the product. The OnePlus Watch is marketed as a smartwatch, while the new Honor Band 6 is called an activity bracelet.

Despite the difference in name, the two wrist units offer similar functionality. Honor Band 6 will be available globally around the end of the month for 50 euros. The device offers a 1.47-inch AMOLED screen (194 x 368) and can measure the oxygen saturation, as well as continuously monitor the heart rate during the day.

The number of training modes is limited compared to the OnePlus Watch, ten, but the Band 6 can also measure SWOLF for swimmers. Sleep can be tracked, including data on daytime naps and REM sleep. There is also a function for menstrual cycles. GPS missing.

According to Honor, which is now an independent company, the typical battery life is 14 days on a charge. In case of intensive use, one charge should instead last for around ten days. The construction is water resistant (5ATM) and can be used for swimming.

Honor Band 6 is only compatible with Android.

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