Starting next month onwards, Honor Band 5i will receive the SpO2 feature that allows users to track their blood oxygen saturation levels for their health and fitness.
SpO2, also known as blood oxygen saturation, is a measure of the amount of oxygen-carrying hemoglobin relative to the total hemoglobin in the blood.
Honor Band 5i is a sequential upgrade over the recently launched Honor Band 5 and comes with a shared design and features with the addition of a new direct USB charging that gives more convenience for recharging this fitness band.
The Honor Band 5i is equipped with a 91mAh battery that can last over 7 days on common usage and up to 9 days on standby. It sports a 0.96-inch AMOLED color display with 160×90 resolution supporting full touch screen and home button.
Band 5i has a TruSeen 3.0 heart rate monitor and a set of fitness tracking exercises.