Honor Band 6 and Honor MagicBook Pro powered by Intel processor has launched globally during CES 2021. The company had released its fitness band back in November and now has brought it to the global market. Additionally, the Honor MagicBook Pro with Intel Core i5 processor has also launched for the global market.
The Honor Band 6 was launched in China back in November 2020 featuring a large display and two-week battery life. It is equipped with a slew of sensors including SpO2 blood-oxygen saturation monitor, heart rate sensor and more. As for the MagicBook Pro, it has the same configuration as the AMD version from last year just with Intel Core i5 processor.
The Honor Band 6 features a 1.47-inch display with AMOLED screen and 2.5D curved glass. The touchscreen supports upto 100 watch faces for users to personalize the band. The Honor Band 6 is also 5ATM certified making it resistant to water ingress for upto 50 metres.
It is equipped with a SpO2 blood-oxygen saturation monitor, optical heart rate sensor and can also track sleep cycles. The Honor Band 6 also offers women health tracking and stress monitoring features.
The fitness band claims to offer 14-day battery life on normal use and upto 10-day battery life on heavy use. It is also pre-loaded with ten sports modes and activity tracking including running, cycling, swimming and more.
Honor Band 6 is priced around $35 globally, but the company is yet to reveal availability details.
Honor MagicBook Pro features a 16.1-inch display and is powered by the Intel Core i5-10210U processor with GeForce MX350 graphics. This is paired with 16GB RAM and 512GB storage and the MagicBook Pro supports 65W fast charging. Honor MagicBook Pro is priced around $1,000 and availability details are yet to be revealed.