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Huawei Band 7 to launch in April alongside new MateBook



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Huawei Band series has seen an immense change in the past few years, as the recent Band 6 has attracted many consumers over its new smartwatch-like rectangular design as well as new fitness features. However, the tech maker may soon introduce a new fitness band  – Huawei Band 7. As of now, the Chinese tech maker has not announced any such devices from the official channels but we could see the teaser very soon.

Alongside the Huawei Band 7, a Weibo tipster suggests that Huawei will also bring a new Matebook laptop at the launch event.

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Huawei Band 6 Specifications:

Huawei Band 6 sports 1.47 inches AMOLED rectangular display designed with a polymer watch case while the watch strap is made of silicone. The elegant design and lightweight give you a fashionable look.

Moving on to the software offering, it offers heart rate monitoring, Spo2 monitoring, TruSleep 2.0 sleeping tracking, stress monitoring, as well as 96 different workout modes including running, cycling, and even rope skipping.

In terms of battery life, it can last long up to 14 days, and roughly about 10 days. Furthermore, a single charge of 5 minutes can extend the battery life by about 2 days.

Additionally, it supports Bluetooth 5.0, Android 6.0, and above, and you can see incoming calls, text messages, weather updates and can control your music as well.

Huawei Band 6

  • Display: 1.47 inches AMOLED
  • Resolution: 194 X 368 PPI
  • Weight: 18 Grams
  • Dimensions: 43 x 25 x 11mm
  • Watch Case: Polymer Materials
  • Watch Strap: Silicone Strap
  • Battery: 2 Week Battery Life
  • Bluetooth: BT 5.0 Connectivity
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Optical heart rate
  • Water-resistant: 5ATM

Last gen MateBook:

Last year, Huawei launched its new MateBook 13, 14, and MateBook X Pro notebooks featuring the 11th generation of Core processors. These new notebooks have overtopped power as well as sleek design with sophisticated display quality for viewing angles.

(via – ithome)

Amy is our firmware and software specialist, she keeps her eagle eyes open for new software rollouts, beta programs, and other software related activities as well as new smartphone launch.