The Huawei Band 6 is a very lightweight and compact smartband that is equipped to track your daily activities and alert you when you receive a notification on your phone. It also boasts of up to 2 weeks of battery life and fast charging technology that results in less than 1hr charge duration. The first thing you should do after unboxing the Huawei Band 6 is to charge it. This simple guide will show you how to charge the Huawei Band 6.
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How to Charge Huawei Band 6
First, you should know that the Huawei Band 6 comes with a magnetic charger. This will allow you to charge the device when connected to a power source.
To charge the Huawei Band 6 is very simple, you just need to align the two pins on the charger to the charging pins beneath the device.
To align the pins on the charger to that on the Huawei Band 6, you need to align the cord of the charger to be in the same direction as the physical button on the device.
Once the charger is properly aligned, it should magnet to the pins on the smartband.
Next, you need to connect the USB end to a power source. There’s no power rating on the manuals that come with the Band, so I can’t really say what the actual power rating is. However, from my experience, I change this with my laptop and even with a 220V power source.
So, you can plug the USB end of the charger into the USB Type-A port on your laptop or even into that of your phone charger.
Just in case, the charger gets damaged, you can always get a replacement from any of the online marketplaces.
Huawei Band 6 Charge Duration
As per how long it takes to charge the Huawei Band 6, it’s good to know that it has fast charging technology. As a result, it takes just about an hour to fully charge the device.
And when you talk about the battery life, the manufacturer states that it has up to 2 weeks of battery life. They are not far from the truth. From my experience, I get around 12 days of battery life with the Huawei Band 6. It’s no doubt one of the pros of the Huawei Band 6.
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