Honor Band 6

Band 6: Honor presents its connected bracelet with a very large screen

Honor presented its Band 6 connected bracelet. Although it had already been formalized last November for the Chinese market, we have today confirmation that it will be sold all over the world. The particularity of the Band 6 is to be equipped with a large 1.47 inch AMOLED screen. A laptop, the Honor MagicBook Pro, was also unveiled.

Honor band 6

The Honor Band 6 is not really an unknown object. It was indeed presented in China a few months ago. The brand – now independent of Huawe – decided today to market it internationally.

The market is flooded with a number of connected bracelets, dedicated to everyday life or to sport. To stand out, Honor has chosen to bet on the size of the display. The Band 6 has a 1.4 inch AMOLED display and slightly curved at the sides.

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In addition to that, the Band 6 offers a whole bunch of features that are already found everywhere. The bracelet is equipped with a sensor for heart rate, for sleep, for measuring oxygen in the blood and for monitoring the female cycle. The object is offered at an aggressive price, since its suggested price is 35 dollars. Of course, it can change depending on the country.

The Honor Magicbook Pro also featured

In addition to its Band 6, Honor presented its new ultra-portable: Honor Magicbook Pro. Here too, the object is not new, but this time it is available with an Intel Core i5 processor in addition to a Ryzen processor. It should also be noted the presence of a GeForce MX350 GPU. The PC can accommodate up to 16 GB of RAM as well as 512 GB of memory. Its LCD screen is 16.1 inches, a format now well established in the PC world. It will sell for around $ 1000.

Magicbook

The announcements are far from over. The Chinese brand should soon present its first 5G smartphone, the Honor View 40. It will be equipped with a MediaTek processor. In the future, Honor should collaborate with Qualcomm for its terminals. This is possible, given that it has gained its independence from Huawei and is therefore no longer subject to an embargo.