Huawei Band 6 Review: An All-in-One Wristband With 1.47-Inch AMOLED Colour Screen, 5ATM Waterproof Level, And 10-Day Battery Life

    Smart wearable devices, particularly watches and bracelets have become an inseparable part of the lives of many people. After several years of research, tech giants have paved the way for the development of smartwatches.

    Taking Huawei as an example, some manufacturers are focusing on watch + smart, while those who take Apple as the representative are emphasizing smart + watch. The developmental history of smartwatches and smart bracelets shows that despite different product forms, the core functions of the two devices have been the same.

    Smart bracelets and smartwatches can co-exist because it allows people to avail multiple functions, coupled with lighter wearing feeling without spending a lot of money. It is worth mentioning here that most of the features of the bracelet are derived from the watch.

    With a major change in the product logic, some contradictions at the experience level are likely to surface. For instance, key information can’t be displayed on small screens, meaning, a larger screen is necessary to keep the bracelet competitive. Huawei Band 6 is such a product.

    The Huawei Band 6 made its global debut in Malaysia earlier this year and it went official in the company’s home county on Apr. 8. Huawei’s latest fitness tracker is currently up for grabs bearing a $59.99 price tag on Giztop.

    The screen of the Huawei Band 6 reaches 1.47 inches, with a 148 percent higher display area than the Huawei Band 4. This size is perfectly between the traditional bracelet and the watch, and it doesn’t cross the border. Aside from having a larger display area, it is as lightweight as a conventional bracelet.

    While using the device, key pieces of information such as time, step count, battery power can be read clearly. A bracelet product, on the other hand, would require another step to enter the secondary menu interface to provide the same pieces of information.

    After the bracelet made its foray into the color screen era, manufacturers have not wasted a lot of time introducing the dial change function. Regrettably, a screen size restricts the actual presentation effect, regardless of how exquisite the design is.

    All it does is stay in the changing style, which does not boost its overall appeal. However, that is not the case with the Huawei Band 6, which can be used to shoot videos of the same space LCD dynamic dial with Douyin.

    Moreover, the control method of Huawei has used its vast experience with designing smartwatches and has eliminated virtual buttons on the front of the conventional band. The Chinese tech giant has set an independent physical button on the side of the fuselage to activate the function menu for the Huawei Band 6.

    The physical buttons are likely to create issues for the internal stacking and waterproof performance of the fuselage, but the Huawei Band 6 still achieves a 5ATM waterproof level. Since the button is relatively flat, there is no need to worry about the problem of the back of the hand.

    As mentioned before, the core purpose of Huawei using a large screen on this generation of bracelets is to accommodate more functional applications. It is expected that some of Huawei’s achievements in smartwatches can be utilized in the bracelet product and create a more comprehensive smart wearable device system.

    Huawei Band 6 supports 96 sports modes including running, walking, cycling, swimming, elliptical machines, rowing machines, and other sports. It also includes rope skipping mode, which accurately records the total number of skipping ropes and the number of consecutive jumps.

    The automatic motion recognition function, which is available on several Huawei smart wearable devices has been retained. The Huawei Band 6 is equipped with HUAWEI TruSeen 4.0 heart rate monitoring technology, which further optimizes multi-sensor fusion and neural network AI technology.

    In addition to that, it upgrades the official path design of the product to provide more accurate and fast continuous heart rate monitoring capabilities. With hardware and software support, many functions that were specifically available on Huawei smartwatches have also been added to the bracelet.

    For example, the Heart Health Research App enables the Huawei Band 6 to screen for arrhythmias, atrial fibrillation, and sleep apnea. Likewise, the HUAWEI TruSleep 2.0 sleep monitoring technology allows the bracelet to accurately record and analyze the user’s sleep status and give suggestions for improving sleep quality.

    The blood oxygen saturation measurement function has also been upgraded from a single measurement to continuous blood oxygen monitoring around the clock. When the automatic blood oxygen detection function is turned on, the bracelet displays a value of 10 minutes that is automatically measured as a cycle, and the data about the blood oxygen reduction can be found on the data page.

    Changing a single measurement to a continuous measurement can be compared to the bracelet changing from passive monitoring to active monitoring, and its practicability has been improved. Turning on the automatic blood oxygen detection function increases some endurance pressure, but it is still necessary.

    The Huawei Band 6 boasts an array of impressive functions such as women’s menstrual cycle management, resting heart rate monitoring, and stress monitoring. People feeling more stressed at work every day can take advantage of the suggestions provided by the bracelet to relax.

    Any change in the screen size affects the battery life, however, thanks to low-power chips and power-saving algorithms, the Huawei Band 6 still has the continuous heart rate and scientific sleep monitoring functions, and 14 days of use time. Even if it is used heavily, the bracelet has a battery life of ten days.

    The Huawei Band 6 is officially touted as “a long-life health band with a full screen.” The change in the product form is necessary to keep the functional iteration rhythm of the bracelet consistent with that of the smart watch, while the considerably restricted weight and size give the Band 6 an edge over most watches currently available in the market.

    Huawei watches are a great choice for those looking for a sufficiently comprehensive and powerful functional experience. For those who focus more on the sense of wearing, the Huawei Band is more in line with their requirements.

    The Huawei Band 6 basic model sells for 269 yuan, while the NFC version retails for 349 yuan. You can head straight to this link to get your hands on the Huawei Band 6 for just $59.99 from Giztop.


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