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Honor Band 5 Goes Official With Blood Oxygen Sensor And More
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Honor Band 5 Goes Official With Blood Oxygen Sensor And More

As it was expected, Honor has unveiled its latest wearable called Honor Band 5, its a fitness tracker with blood oxygen level sensor and more. The company has launched the wearable in two variants – Standard and NFC. So, without wasting any time let’s dive into the article to check out the specifications, pricing, and availability details.

Specifications of Honor Band 5

The device features a 0.95-inch AMOLED color display with 282 PPI along with a 2.5D curved glass on top. It also sports a number of new dials to match the different needs of the user. The all new The fitness tracker is coming with the blood oxygen level sensor, which is capable to monitor the blood SpO2 levels, indicating the level of oxygen in the user’s blood.

Furthermore, the Honor Band 5 also supports the 24×7 heart rate monitoring sensor, sleep monitor with the ability to detect six different types of sleeping problems, and 10 different sports modes that include indoor and outdoor running, cycling, swimming, and a few other cardio activities.

The wearable is also waterproof up to 50 meters, which will allow you to take the device while swimming and it also features the remote camera capture, smart reminders, phone finder, and more. Finally, the device will serve you around 14 days on a single charge.

Pricing and availability

The Honor Band 5 Standard variant is priced at 189 yuan and the NFC variant will be yours for 219 yuan. The standard variant will available in China later today while the NFC version goes on sale on July 29 on Vmall and other online retailers.

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