Honor Band 9 Just Appeared on the Bluetooth SIG Certification, Highlighting its Nearing Arrival.

One of the most renowned Chinese tech brands, Honor, seems to be preparing for the release of another fitness tracker, the Honor Band 9, within its highly-admired Band series. In contrast, almost a year ago, the brand introduced its fitness tracker, the Honor Band 7, in its home town, China. With that, probably a new fitness tracker, the Honor Band 9, is on the way to the market, as it has already appeared online on the Bluetooth SIG certification listings.

Honor has been reportedly working on introducing its next and latest fitness tracker, the Honor Band 9, which has recently been spotted online on the Bluetooth SIG certification listings and bearing two different model numbers: one is the RHE-B39 and the other is the RHE-B19, respectively, which significantly hints towards the arrival of the new fitness tracker.

Within the Bluetooth SIG certification, it’s revealed that the forthcoming fitness tracker, Band 9, will have Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity support. No other specifications regarding the fitness tracking device have been revealed. Interestingly, for the first time, this band has surfaced online on any listings, which significantly highlights that Honor might soon introduce the new Honor Band 9.

As of now, there’s no other specification detail regarding the device except for the Bluetooth connectivity, and it might be possible that more information will be revealed with respect to the specifications and other details of this forthcoming fitness band over the coming days. Therefore, we can expect the Honor Band 9 to bring improvements and upgrades compared to its predecessor, the Honor Band 7.

Additionally, Honor has already confirmed that the brand will be launching the latest Magic 6 Pro by the end of this month at the MWC 2024 event, which is going to be held in Barcelona, which might pave the way for the global release of other devices, including the Honor Band 9.

“If you like this article follow us on Google NewsFacebookTelegram, and Twitter. We will keep bringing you such articles.”

Related Articles

Back to top button