The Honor Band 9 Boasts Premium Looks and Two Weeks of Battery Life


Honor recently announced that it was launching its newest wearable – the Honor Band 9 – for select markets worldwide. Priced at £50 (or around 60-70 bucks in the US), Honor’s new budget wearable packs a sleek-looking design with premium stylings, in addition to a commendable set of fitness-tracking features.

Honor didn’t hold back in giving the Band 9 a fancy look and feel, and while it is made out of plastic it is designed to with a glossy metallic finish, in addition to a 1.57-inch AMOLED touchscreen which is bright enough for outdoor viewing. The Honor Band 9 also features a quick-release strap mechanism that allows users to customize their watch band.

The Band 9 also comes with around 96 workout modes consisting of everything from track and field sports to dance, water sports and ball games, in addition to all-day health monitoring including heart rate, blood oxygen saturation, sleep quality, stress levels, and menstrual cycles. The device runs on a custom operating system, although unlike a fully-fledged platform like Wear OS for example, it can’t install third-party apps.

This entire setup runs on a 180mAh battery that Honor says can last up to 14 days on a single charge. The wearable also supports magnetic charging, a much-welcome convenience at this price. It’s available in Purple, Blue and Black color variants.

Mike Viray
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