ASUS VivoWatch 6 spotted on Bluetooth SIG website, hints at imminent launch

  • ASUS is expected to launch a new smartwatch soon.
  • This would be the ASUS VivoWatch 6, successor to the VivoWatch 5.
  • The upcoming smartwatch has been spotted on the Bluetooth SIG website. 

ASUS has started working on a new smartwatch dubbed the ‘VivoWatch 6’. The smartwatch has appeared on the Bluetooth SIG website along with its moniker. This will most likely be a successor to the VivoWatch 5 that debuted in 2022. Also, it looks like the VivoWatch 6 will not be coming to India like the previous models. 

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ASUS VivoWatch 6 Bluetooth SIG listing 

  • 91mobiles has spotted the ASUS VivoWatch 6 on the Bluetooth SIG database. Here, the smartwatch is listed with the moniker ‘VivoWatch 6’.
  • The Bluetooth listing doesn’t reveal any other detail about the ASUS VivoWatch 6 than the fact that it will come with Bluetooth functionalities. 
  • But this is the first we’re hearing about the ASUS VivoWatch 6, and this hints at an imminent launch. 

After the VivoWatch 6, ASUS had launched the VivoWatch 5 AERO, which is fitness band version of the smartwatch. But the VivoWatch 6 will most likely be a direct successor to the VivoWatch 5. There’s no other information we have on the new ASUS smartwatch but we should be hearing about it soon. 

As for the ASUS VivoWatch 5, here’s a recap of the smartwatch’s specs and features.

ASUS VivoWatch 5 specs, features

  • ASUS VivoWatch 5 has a 1.3-inch LCD circular display with customisable watch faces, and a quick-release watch strap.
  • The smartwatch is equipped with ECG and PPG sensors so you can check your pulse-transit time (PTT), heart rate, body harmony index, de-stress level, sleep and activity. You can also check your blood-oxygen (SpO2) level and skin temperature.
  • The ASUS VivoWatch 5 is said to last for up to 14 days in terms of battery life. It also has 5ATM rating for water resistance up to 50 meters.
  • There’s the ASUS HealthConnect app where you can manage your blood pressure, heart-rate, female menstrual cycle, and medicating reminders. You can also share your wellness data with your family or doctor.