|Body||43 x 25.4 x 10.99 mm, 18gm (without strap)|
|Strap||Removable silicone straps|
|Display||1.47″ AMOLED panel, 2.5D curved glass|
|Resolution||194 x 368 pixels resolution, 283 PPI|
|Control||Touch, swipe, side button|
|Connection||Bluetooth 5.0 (BLE)|
|Compatible with||Android 6.0 or iOS 9.1 and above|
|IP Rating||5 ATM water-resistance|
|Functions||Alarm, Calories Burned, DND, Heart Rate Monitor, Notifications, Sleep Tracking, Step Counter, Sports Mode (96), All-Day Blood Oxygen, Women’s Health|
|Sensors||Acceleration, Gyroscope, Optical heart rate, SpO2|
|Companion||App: Huawei Health (Android | iOS)|
|Battery||180mAh, Up to 14 days endurance|
|Charger||Proprietary Magnetic charger, fast charging support|
|Charging Time||65 minutes|
|Color||Graphite Black, Forest Green, Amber Sunrise, Sakura Pink|
|Price in Nepal||Rs. 9,490|
Design and display
At first sight, the Huawei Band 6 appears to be a slimmer version of the Huawei Watch Fit, but with a more compact and plain design. It is one of the best huawei watch.The polymer watch body features a metal texture finish on the sides and a matte plastic surface at the bottom where the sensors are housed.
The rubber straps are slender and supple, with a smooth texture that feels well on the skin. It doesn’t collect dust and is simple to clean when your wrists sweat. With the Band 6, you won’t be able to replace straps, which is acceptable given the price.
On the front, there’s a big 1.47-inch AMOLED display that’s vivid and snappy, but not as crisp and fluid as the display on the Huawei Watch Fit. We liked the tall aspect ratio on the Huawei Watch Fit, and it’s a sensible design choice for the Band 6, since it keeps the band’s form factor small while still presenting a lot of information.
Fitness and health tracking
The Band 6’s standout feature is its broad array of fitness and health tracking, which is available on nearly every Huawei wearable these days. There’s also a three-ring activity system, similar to Apple’s, that allows you to set objectives for calories burnt, time spent standing, and workout hours.
The Band 6’s 90+ workout modes can monitor a broad range of activities, including walking, jogging, cycling, and swimming, as well as dancing. All you have to do is swipe through the band’s menu of workouts, touch start, and the band will begin playing. If you don’t want to go through the choices, there’s automated workout recognition, which nearly always works.
During exercises, the band measures your heart rate in real time, which helps you determine if you’re in your ideal heart rate zones. Workout statistics are accurate, however real-time and resting heart rate are frequently a few beats higher when compared to the Garmin Venu and the Apple Watch SE.
When you finish an exercise, you can check a simple summary on the band or use the Huawei Health app to get more thorough information and charts. It’s a reliable fitness app that presents your statistics in a visually pleasing manner. It has a good quantity of information and useful hints on how to get your statistics into a healthy range.
Battery life is a significant benefit on the Band 6, as it is on other Huawei wearables. The band’s basic Lite OS makes effective use of electricity and can get a week and a half out of its 180mAh battery. That’s significantly greater battery life than you’d get from comparable fitness bands in this price bracket.
The Band 6 employs a unique two-pin cradle that magnetically connects to the rear of the Band 6. Charging is a quick process that takes little under an hour to charge from zero to full.