Honor is reportedly working on a successor to its Band 7 wearable, as indicated by a recent certification sighting. The Honor Band 9 is expected to launch soon, and some details about its specifications have been revealed.
Honor Band 9 Certification Sighting
The Honor Band 9 was spotted on the Bluetooth SIG certification platform, with two different model numbers: RHE-B39 and RHE-B19. This suggests that there will be two variants of the smart band, possibly with different screen sizes or specifications. The certification also confirmed that the Band 9 will support Bluetooth 5.3.
Limited Information Available
Unfortunately, the certification sighting did not provide any further details about the internal specifications of the Honor Band 9. However, this is the first time the device has been seen online, so it is likely that more information will be revealed in the near future through other certification platforms.
Honor Band 7 Overview
To provide some context, the previous model, Honor Band 7, was launched in 2022. It featured a 1.47-inch AMOLED display with a 2.5D curved design. The Band 7 offered support for 96 sports modes, blood oxygen monitoring, heart rate tracking, and sleep mapping. It also had Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity and a 5ATM water resistance rating. The battery life of the Band 7 was up to 14 days.
Expectations for Honor Band 9
While Honor has not made any official announcements regarding the Band 9, it is safe to assume that more details will be unveiled soon. Fans of the brand can look forward to updates on the specifications and features of the upcoming wearable.
Stay tuned for more information about the Honor Band 9 as it becomes available.