Smart Watches

Huawei Talkband b1

Overview

3.0
Based on 3 Pro Reviews
1%
bucket
Rating
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Battery life
6 days
GPS
No
Anti-scratch lens
No

Specification

Features & Technology

Sensors
  • Accelerometer
Display Type Oled
Touch No
Multi-touch No
Battery Capacity 93 mah
Charging Connection
  • Proprietary
Wireless Connectivity
  • Bluetooth 4.0+
  • Nfc

Body

Water Resistance 30m (3 atm)
Replaceable Wristband Yes
Anti-scratch lens No

Notifications

Notifications
  • Incoming call
  • Missed call
Incoming Notifications Type
  • Whole content

More Info

Headphone Connection
  • Bluetooth

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Reviews

Pro Reviews

CNET
3.0
While the TalkBand B1 is a valiant first try for Huawei, it could actually use a little more focus. While it might find a niche with some users, most people are likely to prefer dedicated individual devices instead.
read full review at CNET
Wareable
3.0
The Huawei TalkBand B2 is indeed an improvement on the disaster that was the B1 but, let’s face it, that’s not saying much. The main issues that plagued the B1 are still evident for the, albeit much better looking, successor – in that it’s not accurate or feature-rich enough to work very well as a lifestyle tracker (although there are improvements on the step counting side), and it’s a too fiddly to work very well as a Bluetooth headset. So, while you might turn heads wearing the TalkBand B2, you probably won’t actually get much useful engagement with it. For a price tag of around $180, you’re not really getting all that much bang for your buck. So, while we applaud Huawei on a better effort this time around, it’s still not that great.
read full review at Wareable
Tom's Guide
3.0
Huawei's TalkBand B1 wants to be a lot of things: a step tracker, a sleep monitor and a Bluetooth earpiece all in one. Unfortunately, it's not stellar at any of these functions. While the $130 B1 accurately tracks steps, calories, distance and sleep, it’s not as comprehensive as similar fitness devices in its price range. And, because the earpiece doesn't fit well, it's only useful when you're driving in your car or somewhere else where you're not moving.
read full review at Tom's Guide