Xiaomi has constructed up a robust presence within the wearable market by its inexpensive Mi Band sequence. The corporate at this time launched the most recent gadget within the line, the Mi Band 6, with built-in GPS and blood oxygen sensors.
The corporate has launched a brand new 1.56-inch AMOLED show in comparison with final 12 months’s Mi Band 5 design that featured a 1.1-inch AMOLED display screen. Plus, Xiaomi is refreshing the interface and new default watch faces will present you extra data in a extra dignified method on that 326 ppi (pixels per inch) display screen.
There are two variations of the band: the NFC model for China and the non-NFC model for the remainder of the world. The corporate claimed that it’ll have an analogous battery life because the predecessor — 14 days for the NFC model and 20 days for the non-NFC model.
Even should you get fewer than marketed days out of the band, you may have to cost it a couple of times a month. That’s fairly rad.
Whereas the GPS sensor will make it easier to measure your strolling and working distance precisely, the band additionally options 30 exercise modes, together with boxing, badminton, cricket, HIIT, avenue dance, and Zumba — aside from six widespread ones already current
The blood oxygen (SPO2) sensor is now widespread in price range bands. We’ve seen it within the just lately launched Honor Band 6 and the OnePlus Band. Whereas it’s a enjoyable novelty, you shouldn’t depend on these readings for precise medical functions.
The Mi Band 6 additionally has superior sleep monitoring that measures REM and sleep respiration high quality.
In China, the usual version of the band prices RMB229 ($35) and the NFC model prices RMB279 ($42). Within the European market, the band is priced at €44.99
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Printed March 29, 2021 — 14:53 UTC