HONOR Launches Band 5 Sport and FlyPods Lite in PH


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Apart from the HONOR 9X and HONOR 10 Lite, HONOR also announced two new accessories for the PH Market. One for music lovers, and one for fitness buffs. The HONOR FlyPods Lite, and the HONOR Band 5 Sport.

HONOR FlyPods Lite

HONOR FlyPods Lite

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HONOR FlyPods Lite are True Wireless Headphones that knows when you’re wearing them or not. Its built-in G-Sensor lets you perform actions with a single or double tap. It’s also able to cancel out environmental noise, thanks to its dual-mic design.

You can conveniently choose to listen to phone calls from one side, and your environment on the other. It also comes with three pairs of tips, to ensure a secure and comfy fit. As for battery life, you’ll get up to three hours of playback in a single charge, with its carrying case, doubling as a charger for 9 more hours of use. You’ll also get 90 minutes of use in a 15-minute charge.

Lastly, an IP54 rating lets you take the FlyPods Lite to your daily workout and even in the rain without worry.

HONOR FlyPods Lite is priced at PhP2,990, and is set to be available in the Philippines starting December 12, 2019.

HONOR Band 5 Sport

HONOR Band 5 Sport

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Weighing in at only 13 grams,  HONOR Band 5 Sport packs advanced technologies in a stylish and lightweight package. Wear it on your wrist, or let it be a part of your footwear, wherein it utilizes a six-axis sensor to show more accurate running statistics. It’s also able to detect seven types of running data.

If you’re playing basketball, tennis, or badminton, HONOR Band 5 Sport can also monitor ten types of motion data. If you love to compete with your friends, use the HUAWEI Health app, and have fun.

Lastly, the device is water resistant up to 50 meters, which means you can take it to the shower, the pool, or in the rain with no worries.

HONOR Band 5 Sport is priced at PhP1,099, and is now available in stores.

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Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.

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