Honor Band 6 landed in India, a new competitor for Xiaomi Mi Band?

Honor is another compelling participant in the field of fitness tracking, and its Honor bracelet tracker has been around for several years. The company launched the new Honor Band 6 in the global market earlier this year, and the tracker is now also available in India.
Honor Band 6 is sold through Flipkart for 3,999 rupees (approximately US$55). It is unclear whether this is a promotional price because the list has a price tag of 5,999 rupees (approximately US$82).
Nevertheless, if you buy, you will get a 1.47-inch OLED touch screen fitness bracelet, a side button, 5ATM waterproof, and up to 14 days of battery life. According to Honor, the bracelet has a fast charging function, and a 10-minute charge is enough for 3 days of use.
In terms of actual health and fitness functions, SpO2 tracker, heart rate monitor, sleep/stress tracking function, 10 “professional” exercise modes, and automatic detection of 6 of them are all included. Other notable features include a customizable watch interface, regular support for smartphone notifications, and music playback control.

In his Honor Band 6 review, a tech-related kol had different opinions on this fitness tracker. He praised the price tag, battery life, and screen, but regretted the number of tracking-related errors, the low number of sports modes, and the lack of GPS. However, he suggested that if you want a cheap, basic tracker, rather than a wearable device that really focuses on fitness, it is worth buying.

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