Huawei Band 6 is the first smart wearable that revolutionized the entire concept of smart bands. With features including all-day SpO2 monitoring, large display, and 2-week battery life the Huawei Band 6 features are ready to rival a smartwatch.
The success of Huawei Band 6 cannot remain hidden, as recently, Huawei Band 6 Pro with a body temperature sensor made its debut in China. However, we’ll only stick to the regular version for this session.
The Huawei Band 6 feature is deeply inspired by the concept of all-in-one service, which includes smartness, interactivity, and functionality. It brings together all the capabilities of a smartwatch into an all-new smart band, enabling it to do more than what a smart band can, all while not needing the budget for one.
For instance, let’s take a look at what smart brands are known for.
Smart bands are smaller, with minimized displays, and focuses mainly on just notifications and health alerts, all while depending on an app to display everything. With the new Huawei Band 6, you get all of these, but with the added bonuses of smartwatch-like design and features at a more affordable smart band price.
All you get with Huawei Band 6:
In terms of the health indicators, for example, the Huawei Band 6 is capable of constantly monitoring your blood oxygen (SpO2) levels. An important health indicator, a drop in an individual’s SpO2 levels can result in fatigue while prolonged lower levels are more adverse.
What Huawei does here is, instead of having the users scan their SpO2 levels when they feel down, the Huawei Band 6 monitors it all day long in the background and even alerting the wearer if there are any drops.
The health monitoring doesn’t end there, because the Huawei Band 6 takes on board all of Huawei’s strong health monitoring systems, which allow for accurate heart rate monitoring with Huawei TruSeenTM4.0, Huawei TruSleepTM for accurate sleep tracking, and Huawei TruRelaxTM for stress measurement and management.
Health and fitness tracking are what smart bands are supposed to do, however, what people don’t expect from a smart band actually comes down to its display, something most variants lack thereof.
With the Huawei Band 6, you get a full-fledged 1.47-inch AMOLED display with a bezel-less design and screen-to-body ratio of 42%, which means the overall experience is more immersive than ever before.
This display not only gives a more interactive experience akin to smartwatches but also gives the overall look and feel of one. Huawei maintains its promise of long battery life with the Huawei Band 6 as well, implementing 2 full weeks of use on a single charge with all the health and fitness features running.
If there is one thing that is constant with smart bands and trackers, is the attention to fitness monitoring and tracking data to evaluate progress.
The Huawei Band 6 is no stranger to this either, capable of tracking up to 96 workout modes that are automatically detected and tracked to get the most accurate data.
This is further complemented by the Huawei TruSportTM algorithm, which deeply analyzes user’s exercise capabilities based on heart rate variability and exercises data and provides detailed assessments such as oxygen intake levels, recovery time, and training effects.
All of this pairs well with the Huawei Health app, which can be used to view all the data, view breathing exercises, set goals and monitor progress, and even set smart alarms and event reminders.
What truly sets the Huawei Band 6 apart is how it has taken the evolutionary cues from smartphones and smartwatches, to result in a device that not only provides all the stellar features one has to come to expect from the likes of a full-fledged smartwatch, but offers it all at the price point of a smart band, thereby changing the game for the product line.
Huawei Watch GT 3 getting new metronome and other features
Huawei Watch GT 3 users can now experience the noteworthy metronome feature, through the new August 2022 optimization update. Be the early adopter to grab this recent update to give the smartest feature support to your sharp-witted smartwatch.
The recent optimization update for the Huawei Watch GT 3 is the best combination for the users, it has to come out clean in the following aspects:
- A new unexpected features
- Certain bugs to be fixed
- System and existing features optimization
Let’s take a look at the changelog:
The most highlighter feature spotted in the Huawei Watch GT 3 update is the ‘Metronome’, it is the most demanding feature from the users. As it supports various types of sports activities. Besides its access to control the iOS music player system.
Notably, the update changelog brings endless optimization including, the display of heart rate, sleep, SpO2, stress cards, and more. Alongside, it fixes an issue where messages were displayed incorrectly in some languages.
However, the update carries the HarmonyOS 188.8.131.527 build version. All you need to left approx 120 MB of update weight to experience all corresponding features and fixes in your smartwatch.
For more details, you can check the complete changelog mentioned below:
- With this update, Metronome has been added and the display of heart rate, sleep, SpO2, and stress cards has been Optimized.
- Added metronome for multiple exercise modes, including 1 running, walking, and cycling. ( Displayed after tapping the settings icon next to a workout mode in the Exercise section.
- Added support for music playback control on iPhone. 3 Added support for finding your watch using your phone ( in Huawei health – Devices – Huawei Watch GT 3 – Find My Device).
- Optimized Bluetooth connection and added new status icon usage.
- Optimized the display of 2 K alpine rate sleep SpO2 and stress cards.
- Improved the watch’s response time when answering Bluetooth calls.
- Al Voice Optimized and added chat and calculator support.
- Optimized the accuracy of heart rate monitoring during exercise.
- Fixed an issue where messages were displayed incorrectly in some languages
Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2 HarmonyOS 3.0 update is expanding
Huawei already released the major HarmonyOS 3.0 update for the HWA-certified Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2. In the recent development, the Chinese firm is working to expand this ultimate HarmonyOS 3.0 version for the FreeBuds Pro 2 users in other regions.
Huawei reveals that they bringing better Bluetooth connectivity to the buds through this new firmware version. The feature provides you with better and fair connectivity on your Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2 devices.
Alongside, it also improves the phone call experience that allowing you to go completely wireless, and making your call easier than before. The Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2 expanding version can be identified through 184.108.40.206 (F002H003C90).
Well, the Huawei fans in the overseas market are quite happy to experience the HarmonyOS 3.0 software other than, smartphone devices. Hence, there is no clue whether the company rolls out China-dedicated software in the global market in the future.
But there’s nothing sad about it, the HarmonyOS is not much separate from the EMUI version in features. While with every new update company tries to improve and satisfy its global users with the EMUI version.
Well, back to the Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2 update, we recommend you to grab the HarmonyOS 3.0 update as soon as possible, all you need to lift the 4.03MB of installation weight.
Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2 utilizes a BES2700 processor:
Do you know the Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2 uses the BES2700 main control processor? Recently, Hengxuan Technology reveal that the BES2700 processor feature is present in your FreeBuds Pro 2.
The BES2700 series is a Bluetooth wearable platform with ultra-low power consumption. It is primarily used in TWS, hybrid ANC, and AI voice applications.
The latest chip technology is yet used in the FreeBuds Pro 2 devices. By the second half of this year, the corporation will release the newly created chipsets to products of the other devices.
Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2 uses new BES2700 processor
Huawei has already launched the FreeBuds Pro 2 headsets at the recently held HarmonyOS 3.0 event. The company has introduced the latest earbuds by describing several of its features. Yet, looks like the tech giant forgot to mention the key aspect of Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2 – its processor.
According to the latest information, coming from Hengxuan Technology, Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2 uses the ultimate BES2700 main control processor. This 2700 series chipset is the latest product of the Hengxuan that has just begun to release for customer-based devices. By the end of the third quarter, these processors will enter the stock stage.
Speaking of the high-tech processor, the BES2700 series is an ultra-low power Bluetooth wearable platform. It mainly comes in use for TWS, hybrid ANC, and AI voice applications. These processors have the capability of intelligently processing the localized data with the minimum amount of power requirement.
Consequently, Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2 headset owners will experience an extended battery life. On the other hand, this will help in stretching the time between chargers and allowing longer usage of the product.
The information further suggests that at present, the FreeBuds Pro 2 devices are the ones using the latest chip technology. Thereafter, the company will be releasing the newly-developed chipsets to products of the other brands by the second half of this year.
Hengxuan and its Technologies
The Hengxuan technologies for customer-based products divide itself into three sections. These comprise the smartphone, audio manufacturers, and Internet organizers. Here also, the company keenly focuses on the TWS earsets and works to provide a convenient audio experience to the users.
Alternatively, Hengxuan believes that over the past few years, the company has ripened a lot. From tripping over the single TWS headset chip to moving on to the wearable and smart home areas, the company has seen good growth in the success graph. Now, the enterprise is aiming to gradually shift from audio to audio and video concepts and hence, soon will bring a fruitful evolution.