It appears that Honor is developing a replacement for the Band 7 wearable. A recent certification sighting has indicated that the Honor Band 9 may be coming soon, and it has also provided some information about its specs. Here are all of the specifics.
Bluetooth SIG certification is visible for the Honor Band 9
The Honor Band 7 model was first introduced by the Chinese smartphone manufacturer back in 2022. It appears that the release of the replacement model may be imminent. On the Bluetooth SIG certification platform, the Honor Band 9 model was observed with two distinct model numbers. The RHE-B19 and RHE-B39 are examples of this. Put differently, there are two different versions of the smart band, which could refer to different features or screen sizes.
The observation verified that the Band 9 is compatible with Bluetooth 5.3. Sadly, the database didn’t provide any more precise information about the wearable, such as its internal specifications. Additionally, this is the first time the Honor Band 9 has been spotted online, so it’s probable that we’ll be seeing more of them soon in other certification systems.
Band 7’s Legacy Lives On in 1.47-inch AMOLED
Remember that the 1.47-inch AMOLED display with 2.5D curved display was part of the original Band 7’s design? Blood oxygen monitoring, heart rate tracking, sleep mapping, and 96 sports modes were supported. With a 5ATM water resistant rating, the smart band is Bluetooth 5.0 compatible. A 14-day battery life is provided by this wearable. No formal statement about the Band 9 has yet to come from Honor. On the other hand, we should anticipate learning more information about this gadget shortly, so stay tuned.