Honor Band 5 Launched: Now with Blood Oxygen Detection, Heart Rate & NFC

In yesterday’s press conference, in addition to the Honor 9X series, the Honor MagicBook Pro, Honor also brought a new Honor band series – Honor Band 5.

Appearance, Honor continues the previous generation of design language, positioning the magic screen health sports Band. Using 0.95-inch AMOLED illusion screen, resolution 240×120, ppi up to 282, screen surface covered with 2.5D curved glass is more scratch-resistant. The dial is easy to change and supports third-party custom dials.

Honor Band 5 Launched: Now with Blood Oxygen Detection, Heart Rate & NFC

Honor Band 5 Launched: Now with Blood Oxygen Detection, Heart Rate & NFC

A major upgrade of the Honor Band 5 is the addition of blood oxygen detection. This is especially useful for high-intensity workers, senior citizens, and high-altitude/altitude users.

It is reported that blood oxygen data 100%-90% is normal, 89%-70% need to reduce activities, pay attention to rest, if you feel unwell, seek medical advice. Less than 70% require timely medical attention.

Honor Band 5 Launched: Now with Blood Oxygen Detection, Heart Rate & NFC

Honor Band 5 supports 24-hour heart rate monitoring and built-in high-precision AI algorithm with a comprehensive accuracy of 97.8% . It also supports Huawei TruSleep 2.0, non-visible heart rate monitoring to avoid nighttime light interference.

At the same time, Honor’s Band also supports a rich sports model that covers everyday sports. Support NFC bus payment, covering 252 city traffic, support transportation card removal, recovery and migration.

The analog access control card feature will be upgraded in November and supports public key cards, non-encrypted cards and blank cards.

Honor Band 5 Launched: Now with Blood Oxygen Detection, Heart Rate & NFC

In terms of price, the Honor Band 5 standard version 189 yuan ($28), NFC version 219 yuan ($32). The standard version of the first sale on July 24, 18:00, NFC version on July 29 at 10:08 points first.

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