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Stay fit, sleep well with Honor Band 5

Maintaining a tip-top shape and well-slept life have never been made easier with Honor Band 5, which is packed with innovative features ready to go toe-to-toe with the leading brands—at an affordable cost.

The heartbeat tracker, the TruSeen™ 3.0, monitors the heart rate 24/7 and informs the user’s current physical condition with stunning precision via its AI-assisted algorithm.

In high intensity workouts, the SpO2 feature measures oxygen saturation levels in the bloodstream to examine the body’s adaptation during the workout. 

Honor Band 5

Sleep deprivation has been one of the leading cause of health-related illnesses and reduces work productivity. With the help of the TruSleep feature analyzing sleep patterns, the user’s sleep quality is scored via point system and informs the user how to get a refreshing good night’s sleep.

The Smart Alarm feature also tracks the user’s sleep quality and may alarm earlier than expected when it detects the user’s sleep stage is in the light sleep stage or stage close to waking up.

“Kapag na-detect ni Smart Alarm na light sleep na lang, puwede na siya mag-alarm. Ang main features ng Honor Band 5, is ‘yung TruSleep at Smart Alarm,” Product Testing Manager, David Laranga said.

Its 0.95” AMOLED screen display emits bright and vibrant colors, along with 40 switchable watchfaces for the user to choose from.

The Band 5 is also waterproof and can withstand depths of 50 meters or more than 160 feet - the normal depth of recreational divers.

With the release of Band 5, Honor’s GTM Director expects that the brand will reach new heights this year.

“Honor Brand will become so popular this year,” Honor GTM Director, Rashid Su said.

The Honor Band 5 is now available for the retail price of P1,699 at Shopee. The Honor Band 5 will be available in stores on Oct. 10. 

Topics: Honor Band 5 , TruSeen™ 3.0 , SpO2 , TruSleep , Smart Alarm
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