Huawei Band 6 Health Tracking Design. There is no denying that the overall design is standard for health trackers. But the curved shape and large screen size are Huawei’s strengths. It is also comfortable to use for long periods of time and does not easily itch the skin like the Mi Smart Band 6. Due to this uniqueness, it becomes a disadvantage due to the design that has been recycled since time immemorial. Although there are changes, but if only small changes and do not make an impact – Huawei Band 6 if seen will feel a little bored.
It can be said that there is nothing new. Huawei Band 6 is more of a rebranding of Honor Band 6 for the Malaysian market. It’s just that Huawei hasn’t had a health tracker like this for a long time, so for it to come back – it can be said that Huawei has a wearable gadget product that is a little fresher.
Accelerator sensors are included for activity tracking functions, optical sensors are for pulse scans, SpO2 sensors, 96 sports modes, menstrual cycle monitoring, and more can all be used on this small product. Using a stand -alone system, the fourth version of Huawei TrueScreen pulse scanning is used for better data. Huawei TrueSleep 2.0 for sleep monitoring and finally Huawei TruRelax for stress monitoring.
Basic features and functions like music play, weather, notifications, alarms, phone calls, camera shutter control can all be used well. Oh yes, out of the 96 sports modes just now – 11 modes are new and some of them can be activated automatically.
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Still Great Or…?
Greatness is is smooth and fast. Makes the experience of handling this product pretty good, But alas, it’s not that great and overly basic. Basics where it can’t compete with Mi Smart Band 6 such as user -friendly interface, faster animation transitions; more responsive touch and many also missing features.