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Honor Band 6 review: technical data and price

Why is Honor Band 6 better than the average?

  • Maximum depth of water resistance?
    50mvs.39.8m
  • Bluetooth version?
    5vs.4.15
  • Battery power?
    180mAhvs.116.67mAh
  • Screen size?
    1.47"vs.1.06"
  • Resolution?
    194 x 368pxvs.26.29KP
  • Pixel density?
    283ppivs.243.11ppi
  • Weight?
    18gvs.23.74g
  • Rating on Google Play?
    4.3vs.3.93

design

Sweat resistance makes a device ideal for use in sports.
The device has an electronic display to present information to the user.
Break-proof and scratch-resistant glass (such as Corning Gorilla Glass or Asahi Glass Dragontrail) is very thin, light and can withstand strong pressure.
The device can be operated by touching objects displayed on the screen.
These devices are not damaged by water, e.g. in the shower. The devices can withstand water pressure better and are therefore suitable for swimming and diving.
The bracelet can be exchanged and exchanged with all standard bracelets in the right size, with which you can adapt the watch to your own ideas.
The width indicates the horizontal size. We consider a smaller width to be more advantageous as it improves maneuverability.
The bigger the screen, the better the user experience.

Sensors

A heart rate monitor shows you your fitness level so that you can calculate the intensity of the exercises that is appropriate for you.
GPS allows global positioning, useful in map or navigation programs, as well as in geotagging.
The level of oxygen in the blood is a measure of how much oxygen can reach the muscles. This is important because low values ​​mean you will get tired quickly while exercising. The more you exercise, the better your blood oxygen levels will be.
The acceleration sensor measures the inertial force acting on the device and can therefore be used to determine increases and decreases in speed.
With a temperature probe, you can monitor changes in temperature, measure your exertion and avoid hyperthermia.
This measures the air pressure. It can predict changes in the weather, for example a sudden drop in air pressure can mean that a storm is looming. If set correctly, it can also be used to determine altitude - which is useful when GPS is not available at the moment.
A gyroscope is a sensor that can either be used to determine or maintain the orientation of a device and is therefore not comparable to an acceleration sensor.
The device can measure the sweat on the skin (perspiration) and shows how intense your workouts were.
A cadence meter measures the revolutions of the pedals on the bike. You can record the revolutions per minute, i.e. how fast you are actually driving.

Activity tracking

The device automatically detects when you are active, e.g. jogging, so you no longer have to enter this manually.
There can be changes in height, as seen when you climb stairs.
Your sleep data analyzed you give a report, available to see through the app or website. This will allow you to see the quality of your sleep and help you make improvements.
Measuring speed shows how much time it takes to travel a kilometer or a mile. As a runner, for example, a 4 minute kilometer would be a very good speed.
Your activity data is analyzed and reported to you via the app or the website. This way you can see how active you have been and you will be helped to make improvements.
After the workout, you can add details about the workout, e.g. jogging, swimming, cycling. This means that the device can provide more precise information such as calories burned.

connection

The device automatically performs a data sync between computers and smartphones.
Bluetooth is a radio standard for transmitting data between devices over a short distance using the short-wave UHF frequency range. Newer versions allow faster data transfers.
Near-field-communication (NFC) allows wireless transactions such as payment transactions.
It is compatible with a number of iOS devices such as iPhones, iPads, and the iPod Touch.
It can be connected to WLAN routers / access points.
The radio technology allows the wireless transmission of voices and data via WiFi and is widely used by applications such as remote data collection, remote voice communication and other mobile devices.
ANT + is a radio protocol similar to Bluetooth Smart, which is very energy efficient. It is mainly used for fitness trackers, such as heart rate monitors and cadence sensors, to connect other devices, such as sports watches, smartphones and bike computers.

battery pack

With a longer battery life, you don't have to worry about having to charge the device frequently.
The battery power or battery capacity represents the amount of electrical energy that a battery can store. More battery power can be an indication of longer battery life.
The manufacturer supplies a wireless charging set. To charge the device, it simply has to be plugged into the charging station.
A solar battery takes energy from light and stores it in a self-recharging battery that never needs to be changed.

properties

It determines when you are in a light sleep state and wakes you up within a certain time before the alarm. These enable you to wake up fresher and more awake.
The device can wake you up with vibrations so that no other sleeping people in the room are disturbed.
If you receive a notification, such as a call or a message, the device will alert you to this with a vibration on your wrist or a sound.
The device recognizes when you have been idle for too long and warns and encourages you to become more active again.
The device has a feature through which you can find a smartphone again if you have misplaced it.
Vibration alarms can be used in many ways, such as for interval training.
You will be rewarded for successes achieved, which will keep you motivated and on the ball.
The device alerts you when calls come in on your smartphone and allows extra controls such as muting or denying the call.

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