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Huawei Band 6, under review: the questions you have sent us (and their answers) about this smart bracelet

A smart bracelet that wants to be a smartwatch. With the Huawei Band 6, the Chinese manufacturer wanted to create a hybrid that offers the best of both worlds, the comfort of a bracelet and the functions of a smartwatch. A few days ago we asked you to send us your questions about this device, and here is the video in which we answer your questions about the Huawei Band 6.


Q&A on the Huawei Band 6, in video

The Band 6 is the latest quantifying bracelet launched by Huawei, and there are many doubts that you have left us on our Instagram. One of them has to do with the design and its dimensions, something that we will take advantage of to review the exact measurements it has and which is the weight of the product and the sensations that it leaves us when we put it on.

We also review other aspects of its exterior for which you have asked us, such as what are the colors in which its straps are available or what is the material from which they are made. You also ask how does it look outdoors, something that we take advantage of to review the details of its brightness setting.

We have also discussed their software, answering questions about what spheres we have available and how they are configured to be able to customize them. You have also left us other interesting questions, such as whether you can answer calls directly from the bracelet … or if you at least notify us when they arrive, and read the content of the notifications.

But in addition to these, we have also answered many other questions. We talk about its compatibility with mobile operating systems, its resistance to water, or the sensors it has integrated. We also answer your questions about their training modes, or if you need an application to be able to use it.

This content is a collaboration and sponsorship between Xataka and the brand, but there is no agreement on the script or the selection of themes. The editorial content is made entirely by Xataka.