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The Honor Band 6 appeared on the certification website of the Bureau of Indian Standards, hinting at its imminent launch in India. The band is listed on the BIS certification website, as per a screenshot shared by tipster Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings), with model number ARG-B19.

The Honor Band 6 was introduced in China earlier this month, and instead of a fitness band, it looks more like a smartwatch. The fitness tracker’s standard edition is priced at CNY249 (approx. Rs 2,800), while its NFC variant is priced at CNY289 (approx. Rs 3,250). Three colour options are available: Meteorite Black, Coral Pink, and Grey.

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Band 6 of Honor: Specs and features

With 198 x 368-pixels and more than 100 watch faces to choose from the Honor Band 6 has a 1.47-inch AMOLED touch display. The band comes with a side function button and is up to 50 metres water-resistant.

The fitness tracker comes with the Huawei TruSeen 4.0 continuous heart rate monitoring technology, the SpO2 blood oxygen saturation tracking sensor, the Huawei TruSleep sleep quality analysis technology, and over 200 personalised assessment suggestions to improve it and the Female Cycle, Tracker.

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The Honor Band 6 supports 10 modes of professional sports, including Outdoor Running, Indoor Running, Outdoor Walking, Outdoor Cycling, Indoor Cycling, Swimming, Free Training, Indoor Walking, Elliptical Trainer, and Rowing Machine.

The fitness tracker is equipped with a 180mAh battery that lasts in typical use for up to 14 days and in heavy-use scenarios for up to 10 days. It supports fast magnetic charging, which is fully charged in about 65 minutes. Other intelligent features like message reminders, phone finder, remote camera and music control, weather updates, idle alerts, to name a few, are supported.

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