The 5 Best Smartbands of 2021 Are...


Of the various Internet-of-Thing (IoT) devices released in the market, smartband is one of the most popular. This device is used as a friend to help realize a healthy life without having to spend more.

On average, smartbands are sold cheaply, smart bracelets are equipped with complete health and fitness features.

Not only sports modes, nowadays smartbands are equipped with heart rate monitors and blood oxygen levels which are very useful during a pandemic. The design is now made more attractive, so it can be worn even when formal.

So, of the many devices launched on the market, here are our 5 best 2021 smartbands.

Mi Band 6

Mi Band 6 uses a 1.56-inch AMOLED screen with a resolution of 152 x 486 pixels, 326 PPI and a brightness level of up to 450 nits. Xiaomi claims the screen is 50% bigger than the Mi Band 5.

The biggest improvement that the Mi Band 6 brings is the SpO2 sensor. This sensor helps monitor oxygen in the blood during activities. Not only that, this feature can also monitor the quality of breath during sleep.

This smart bracelet also features a PPG heart rate monitor which is active 24/7. There are also features to monitor sleep quality, monitor stress, exercise breathing, and monitor women's health.

Huawei Band 6

Huawei Band 6 has a 1.47-inch OLED screen, which means 148% more space than its predecessor. This smart bracelet has support for 96 exercise modes, including running, walking, cycling, swimming and skipping.

With a 5ATM resistance, this smart bracelet can be invited to activities in water up to a depth of 50 meters. Huawei also provides TruSeen 4.0 technology for 24/7 heart rate monitoring and will alert you if an abnormality occurs. Other available features include TruSleep 2.0 for sleep tracking and SpO2 for tracking blood oxygen levels, Trurelax for stress monitoring and menstrual cycle tracking.

Huawei Band 6 lasts up to 2 weeks of use when the battery is fully charged. In addition, given fast charging, only 5 minutes can be used for two days.

Oppo Band

The Oppo Band features a 1.1-inch AMOLED display with a 100% DCI-P3 color gamut and can display up to 50 characters. To make the screen more attractive, Oppo includes 40 watch face options.

The Oppo Band's mainstay health feature is the SpO2 sensor that can measure oxygen levels in the blood throughout the day, even when the user is sleeping. If worn while sleeping, this feature can help users to monitor their sleep habits.

In addition there is a heart rate monitor that uses an optical sensor. This monitor will also be active throughout the day and can provide a warning in the form of a vibration if an abnormality is detected.

Realme Band 2

Realme Band 2 has a 1.4-inch screen so that the information displayed on the screen is more than before. Sensors are provided that are more complete than their predecessors, ranging from a heart rate sensor that monitors 24 hours a day, oxygen levels (SpO2) in the blood to sleep quality analysis.

Positioned as a companion when exercising, Realme Band 2 is equipped with 90 sports modes, including running, cycling to swimming. One notable improvement is water protection, Realme has increased the protection from IP68 to 5ATM.

Talking battery also received a big upgrade. Realme Band 2 now offers a 204mAh battery which is said to last up to 12 days and is equipped with a magnetic charging dock.

Honor Band 6

Honor Band 6 has a 1.47-inch AMOLED screen with a resolution of 194 x 368 pixels. The battery life is claimed to be able to accompany user activities for 14 days.

Honor installed the TruSleep 2.0 and Truerelax features, which can monitor the user's sleep and rest quality. In addition there is a heart rate sensor, blood oxygen levels, and a number of other health features.

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