- Xiaomi is working on the new fitness tracker.
- It will support the blood oxygen sensor.
- The device will also come with Alexa support.
Xiaomi started working on the new fitness tracker and that is Mi Band 6 and today we got the first evidence of the device and it also reveals important details as well. So without making any further delay let’s dive into the article to check out all the available information about the upcoming fitness tracker of the Chinese electronics giant.
The suspected fitness tracker of the Chinese electronics giant surfaces on the Zepp app and if you are unaware about this particular application then it is the Huami’s app for the Amazfit and Zepp smartwatch/fitness band lineup and the same is the subsidiary of Xiaomi and it also manufactures the Mi Band lineup.
Now coming to the suspected Mi band 6, it is claimed that the device has the codename “Pangu” and the device will be official with several new features and designing improvements when we compare to the current version.
The upcoming fitness tracker sports the model numbers XMSH16HM and may likely have NFC and the source code of the Zepp app says that the upcoming Mi Band 6 will come with support for Alexa and a SpO2 sensor for blood oxygen measurement.
It is also said that the upcoming fitness tracker of the company will have built-in GPS. There are high resolution watch faces and this suggests that the company will launch the device with bigger display than the current version.
Further, it is also surfaced that the upcoming device will come with up to 30 Activity modes and that includes dance, Zumba, cricket, basketball, and kickboxing.
Unfortunately, there is no official confirmation about the arrival of the device and we also don’t have any information about the launch timeline. So let’s wait for more details in the coming days and we recommend you to stay tuned with us for more interesting information from the technological world at your fingertips.
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