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Huawei Band 6 launched in Singapore for just S$88

Huawei Singapore has officially announced the all-new Huawei Band 6 fitness band in the local market. This came just two weeks after the company launched the Huawei Watch Fit Elegant Edition in Singapore.

Huawei Band 6 Singapore Pricing

The Huawei Band 6 features a rectangular watch frame which offers a 1.47” AMOLED display with 194 x 368 pixels screen resolution. It comes with a skin-friendly, UV-treated silicone strap that’s light and refreshingly dirt-resistant. A total of three different colorways are available for selection including Graphite Black, Forest Green and Sakura Pink.

In terms of fitness monitoring, the Huawei Band 6 supports 96 workout modes which includes 11 professional workout modes such as indoor and outdoor running, cycling, and rope skipping, and 85 customized modes, including fitness, ball games, and dancing types.

Furthermore, the Huawei Band 6 also adopts Huawei-developed TruSportTM professional exercise algorithm to “analyse users’ exercise capabilities based on multi- dimensional parameters such as heart rate variability data and exercise data, providing them with scientific assessment and suggestions on their exercise capabilities”. Similarly, it also supports All Day SpO2 monitoring to track users blood oxygen levels.

Most importantly, the Huawei Band 6 offers an incredible 14 days’ battery life for typical use, and 10 days for heavy use. If it ever runs out of battery, a mere 5 minutes charge can bring users up to 2 days worth of usage.

For those who’re interested, the Huawei Band 6 is available for purchase at S$88 (US$66) starting April 15th via all Huawei Experience Stores, major consumer electronic stores including Best Denki, Challenger &, COURTS, Harvey Norman and Sprint Cass Online; and Huawei Official Store in Lazada and Shopee.

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