Honor Band 6 Globally Launched With SpO2 Monitoring, 14 Day Battery: Price, Features

The Honor Band 6 features a much improved display, along with sleep quality analysis and an updated fast charging standard.


The Honor Band 6 has been launched globally, signifying a wider launch of the wearable product beyond China. The Band 6 was initially unveiled by Honor back at CES 2021. Since then, it has split ways from its previous holding brand, Huawei, and branched off as an independent company with a product portfolio that doesn’t merge or mingle with the latter. The Honor Band 6 is one of the company’s first products launched as a non-Huawei brand, and marks for a wide range of improvements that it features over 2019’s Honor Band 5. All the feature updates have also made the Honor Band 6 a more premium product with an updated design language, too.

Honor Band 6: Price

The Honor Band 6 has been launched at a global price of EUR 50 (approx. Rs 3,600), and the India pricing of the product may also likely be the same. However, the exact India retail price for the band remains under wraps right now, as does the exact launch and availability dates for it in India. In Europe and other eligible global markets, the Band 6 will be available at local HiHonor online stores from the next month, and on AliExpress globally from March 28.

Honor Band 6: Features

The Honor Band 6 features a majorly improved 1.47-inch AMOLED touch display, with 194 x 368-pixel screen resolution on the wearable. It gets three silicone straps — Meteorite Black, Sandstone Grey and Coral Pink. Key features of the Honor Band 6 include constant SpO2 blood oxygen level monitoring, 24-hour heart rate monitoring, as well as tracking of heart rate variability to detect stress levels at various times through the day.

The Honor Band 6 also gets automatic sleep tracking and sleep quality analysis, 10 workout and activity modes including swimming, and more. The Band 6 gets a 180mAh battery, which the company has claimed can provide 14 days (or two weeks) of battery life in one charge cycle. Honor also says that the Band 6 can last for three days in just 10 minutes’ charge. Users will also get access to a selection of watch faces to customise the band usage experience.