Honor Band 6 will be on November 3. Honor stated that Honor Band 6 will mark a new era of full-screen wearables, and stated that “this time it will be different.” At the same time as the announcement, the Huawei sub-brand teased a picture that suggested a narrower, larger screen. So far, there is not much information available on Honor Band 6. Smart frequency bands are likely to be launched only in China initially and enter the international market in a few months.

The upcoming announcement was announced on the Chinese Weibo Weibo. The image of the gave the audience a glance, and in the title accompanying the trailer, Honor said that “Break the constraints of boundaries and experience a larger view.” In the comments on Weibo, users expressed their hope for Honor’s upcoming smart bracelet, which includes longer battery life, larger screen and smarter heart rate monitoring.

The smart bracelet is expected to have similar functions to the Honor Band 5 launched last , but with improvements. Like its predecessor, Honor Band 6 may also have a variety of exercise modes and health monitoring functions, such as heart rate monitoring.

Honor Band 5 has a full-color AMOLED display, multiple dials and a real-time heart rate monitor. It is available in Midnight Navy, Coral Pink and Meteorite Black colors. Huawei’s sub-brand also launched the Honor Band 5i in Meteorite Black, Coral Powder and Olive Green color options last year. Honor Band 5i has a color display panel and heart rate monitoring and sleep tracking functions.

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