Honor Band 5, an inexpensive fitness band, was introduced previously this year in India. Huawei Subbrand Honor is now pressing a new software update to the Honor Band 5 that adds a lot of new features to the affordable fitness band. Some of the mentioned characteristics of the Honor Band 5 include a real-time heart rate monitor, an AMOLED screen, and a face view. The Honor Band 5 charges Rs. 2.599 in India and is accessible in three distinct color alternatives.
According to a comment on the company’s formal website, Honor Band 5 is receiving a new mobile band monitor and SpO2 tracking feature in an effort to create its all-in-one fitness tracker.’ The upgrade includes both the Huawei Health App (release 10.01.011) and the Honor Band 5 firmware (188.8.131.52).
Once consumers renew their Honor Band 5, they will be allowed to monitor and view their audio apps from the fitness band. The function currently promotes Google Play Music, Spotify, YouTube, Shazam, VLC for Android, Tube Go, Black player, Pulsar, and Huawei Music. You should have an Android smartphone operating Android 5.0 or above to use this feature.
In the article, Honor set out the steps required to allow the new digital music control feature on the Honor Band 4. These include the following:
- Open Huawei Health app and enable the Music playback feature
- Slide through the Honor Band 5 interface and tap on the music app
- This Supports the music app on the phone via the Honor Band 5.
- You can adjust volume, play or pause a track, or skip a track.
In addition to distant music control, the firmware release also allows SpO2 tracking to assist monitor your blood oxygen level. The feature isn’t expected to be very precise, but you can still get a reasonable concept of the SpO2 levels while operating out. The revision is being carried out to all Honor Band 5 customers.