About a year from the launch of the foregoing, Huawei again presents the latest from one product to wearable hers, Huawei Band Series, namely Huawei smart Bracelet Band 6. ( smartband ) is carried to the tub to see smartwatch because it has a larger screen, 1.47 inches, and AMOLED.
What is also missing in the previous series is the all-day monitoring feature of parameters of blood oxygen levels or SpO2. This feature previously only existed on smartwatches and was limited to a complement. Continuous monitoring of oxygen levels in the blood is part of the Huawei TruSeenTM 4.0 which has been optimized and the latest smart power saving algorithm .
With a special price of Rp. 499 thousand provided until April 21, Edi Supartono, Training Director of Huawei Consumer Business Group Indonesia, said, “Huawei Band 6 has a smartwatch feature at a smartband price .”
In the first online launch, Friday afternoon, April 16, 2021, Edi also claimed that the silicone rubber strap design is lightweight, which is only 18 grams, and even comfortable to sleep on. Available immediately since the launch, here are some of the features and specifications offered by the Huawei Band 6,
– The first smartband from Huawei to have a large 1.47-inch AMOLED display with side buttons, which is 148 percent larger than its predecessor. The screen-to-body ratio has also improved, with a screen resolution of 194 * 368 at 282ppi. Users can easily swipe the display up and down, left and right, just like using a smartwatch . 2.5D curved glass polished with a fingerprint-resistant coating.
– Supports 96 sport modes including jumping rope or skipping . The Huawei Band 6 supports Jump Rope Mode which not only monitors jump counts accurately but also provides training data such as the number of consecutive jumps. For water sports, this smartband is not designed for diving as it can only withstand up to 5 atm of pressure.
– The monitor sensor is capable of displaying the user’s heart rate, heart rate zone, calories burned, exercise duration, and other exercise data. An alert will be given to ask if the user is running, walking, or using the machine based on the heart rate sensor. The auto sport detection function is capable of recognizing 6 sport modes including running indoors or outdoors, walking indoors or outdoors.
– Allows users to set a daily step target, training duration target and standing time target via the Huawei Health app, and monitor their progress in real time via the three rings displayed on the smartband . Before the user starts exercising, they can set a goal, then after completing this goal, their band will vibrate, and a message will appear on the screen.
Variations of the Huawei Band 6 model launched in Indonesia since Friday, April 16, 2021. (HUAWEI CBG INDONESIA)
– HUAWEI Band 6 records running distance, elapsed time, pace, steps, trajectory and calories burned individually so users can view detailed post-workout summaries on their smartband or smartphone – which can be set to connect even if it’s not fellow Huawei devices. Consumers can share their results on social media with just one click.
– In addition to the all-day monitoring of SpO2 and its alert system , Huawei TruSeenTM 4.0 also allows monitoring of the user’s heart rate on the screen, as well as keeping logs for 24 hours per day regarding heart rate variability. Huawei Band 6 can also alert users if the resting heart rate is too high or too low.
– HUAWEI TruSleep ™ 2.0 can detect the user’s sleep quality and recommends for improvement. There is also a menstrual cycle management that includes a notification feature. “The quality of sleep and rest is also important for user sports activities,” said Edi.
– The battery is strong for up to 14 days for normal use, or 10 days if accompanied by sports activities that are classified as strenuous. The recharge capability is also updated. “A 5 minute charge will be sufficient for the use of the Huawei Band 6 in the next two days,” said Edi.