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The Honor Band 6 will be available on March 28 for just under €50

Close-up view of the Honor Band 6 with text reading A Big Difference above it

Honor has shared availability and pricing details of the Honor Band 6, its latest wearable device. The fitness band was first announced for a global release at CES 2021, but the company provided no actual details on its availability.

The Honor Band 6 is a smart band with a rectangular 1.47-inch AMOLED display, packing 368x194 pixels, and it has a lot of the health features you'd find in something more expensive, like the Honor Watch ES. In fact, it's very close to the Honor Watch ES in terms of design, and looks more distinct from its predecessor. It has 24/7 heart rate and stress monitoring, blood oxygen measurements, and sleep tracking, with the usual level of detail from other Honor devices.

It also includes fitness tracking with ten workout modes, which are outdoor and indoor running, outdoor and indoor walking, outdoor and indoor cycling, indoor swimming, elliptical, rowing and free training. As usual, each type of workout will show you different metrics to measure your performance, such as your SWOLF score for swimming.

The three color options for the Honor Band 6

As for more "smart" features, the Honor Band 6 also has the usual notifications for incoming messages and calls, music playback controls, weather forecasts, and a remote shutter when paired with a phone. Honor is also promising 14 days of battery life for typical usage and up to 10 days of heavy usage, and it touts fast charging so you can get three days of use with a 10-minute charge.

The Honor Band 6 will be available in Meteorite Black, Sandstone Grey, and Coral Pink, and it will cost €49.90. It'll be available globally on March 28 from AliExpress, and from Honor's regional websites in April.

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