Huami’s new Amazfit Band 5 is now available for purchase at various online stores in the US. This fitness band, which costs $49.99, can measure blood oxygen, connect to Amazon Alexa, the PAI health assessment system, and get up to 15% of battery life, 15 days in normal use, or 25 days in power saving mode.
The Huami Amazfit Band 5 activity trackers have been available for preorder on Bhphotovideo.com or can be purchased through the Newegg.com and Amazon.com stores. Amazfit indicates an estimated delivery date of October 1 for the product. The Band 5 features a battery-powered 1.1 inch AMOLED display that can handle 15 days of regular use on a single charge.
The Amazfit Band 5 has features typical of a modern smart bracelet with a focus on health and fitness, such as water resistance (5 ATM), sport modes (11 available), synchronization with the smartphone, and 24/7 heart rate monitoring. The fitness trackers for women also support sleep quality tracking and women’s health monitoring on board. The Huami fitness band is also equipped with the company’s PAI health rating system to help the wearer meet their exercise and overall personal condition requirements.
However, two of the main selling points of the Amazfit Band 5 will be the presence of Amazon Alexa and the ability to measure blood oxygen saturation. In the first case, owners can use the virtual assistant in a classic way, that is, to get quick answers to questions, weather checks, alarms, etc. With the second (powered by OxygenBeats software), Amazfit Band 5 users can keep an eye on their overall physical condition. You can even personalize the smart bracelet with a choice of over 45 watch faces available for download.
Xiaomi has recently also unveiled the Mi Band 5 Smart Bracelet with many useful functions to see our review for more information.
If you’re looking for the high-end most accurate fitness tracker smartwatch devices, then you can go with the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 GPS Smartwatch (REVIEW) that collects the legacy of the main alternative to recently introduced the Apple Watch Series 6 (First Impression) and proposes many of the features of its predecessors.