During the annual event, Xiaomi has launched the Mi Band 6, successor to the popular Mi Band 5. It comes with new watch faces, AI, NFC and AMOLED display. For the first time, the Mi Band offers a Blood Oxygen measurement option too. Let us take a deeper look into the new entrant in the Band family.
Specifications of Xiaomi Mi Band 6
The smart band features a 1.56-inch 2.5D curved AMOLED display with a resolution of 152 × 486 pixels resulting in 326PPI. It can crank the brightness up to 450 nits. According to the company, the display is 50% larger than its predecessor. Users can access up to 130 watch faces and even customise them with pictures in the smartphone gallery.
Looking over the smartness it offers up to 30 exercise modes with auto-detection of activities such as Outdoor running, walking, treadmill running, outdoor cycling, rowing, and elliptical training. It also comes with 24×7 heart rate monitoring(PPG) and SpO2(Blood Oxygen measurement). It can also detect your Sleep breathing quality, REM, and nap time periods. Other health-focused features include Breath exercise, Stress monitoring, Female health tracking, Xiao AI and PAI(Personal Activity Intelligence).
In terms of connectivity, it hosts NFC for payments (in China only), and Bluetooth 5.0, It also offers 5ATM water resistance. The 125mAh battery lasts up to 14 days and can be charged via a magnetic charger.
Pricing of Mi Band 6
In the company’s home country it will sell Mi Band 6 with and without NFC. The ones with NFC will cost CNY 279 ($43) and the ones without NFC will be sold for CNY 229 ($35). Meanwhile, the global version will lack NFC and will retail for 44.99 euros. It will be available in Black, Orange, Yellow, Olive, Ivory, Blue shades.