Mi Band 6 First Look
Mi Bands have become highly popular in India , because of its affordability and features. In our testing, these bands have also proven to be fairly accurate when it comes to fitness tracking. SpO2 tracking is included in the new Mi Band 6, which was a much-anticipated feature. A larger display and the ability to track more sorts of workouts have also been added by Xiaomi. Is the Xiaomi Mi Band 6 now a full package? Here are my initial thoughts after receiving a Mi Band 6.
In India, the Mi Band 6 costs Rs. 3,499 (and owners of any previous Mi Band model can get Rs. 500 off). It comes just with a black band, but Xiaomi will also sell it with a variety of band colours, including Orange, Light Green, Maroon, and Blue, which will have to be purchased separately.At first sight, the Xiaomi Mi Band 6 appears to be very identical to the Mi Band 5 (Review), but the change is immediately obvious when the display lights up. It replaces the previous model's rectangular display with a large 1.56-inch capsule-shaped AMOLED panel that covers the full front face.
This display has a resolution of 152x486 pixels and is protected by tempered glass with an anti-fingerprint coating. The top and sides have small bezels, while the chin is substantially thicker.The Mi Band 6 contains health sensors and charging connections underneath.The device has no buttons, and all interactions are done through touch. You may use your finger to swipe across the screen to access the Mi Band 6's various features and capabilities. This fitness band can withstand up to 5 ATM of water.The Mi Band 6 contains sensors for heart rate and SpO2 monitoring on the underneath.
To charge the band, there are also pins that make contact with the magnetic charger. Xiaomi claims that the Mi Band 6's 125mAh battery can be charged in under two hours. According to the manufacturer, this new fitness band has a 14-day standby duration.The Mi Band 6 uses Bluetooth 5 for connectivity, and it requires a companion app on your associated smartphone. The Mi Band 6 can be used with the Xiaomi Wear or Mi Fit applications, and it's also compatible with Strava. The Mi Band 6 will work with Android phones running version 5.0 and up, as well as iPhones running iOS 10 and up.
The Mi Band 6 now allows you to monitor your blood oxygen levels.When I used it indoors, I found the large display to be bright enough and responsive to my inputs. It supports different watch faces, with Xiaomi claiming that there are over 60 to select from when customising the Mi Band 6. On this fitness band, you can also utilise the app to customise different widgets and set up app alerts.
The Mi Band 6 can track both steps and distances, as well as a wider range of exercises than its predecessors. Xiaomi claims that the Mi Band 6 can track 30 different types of exercises, with six of them being automatically detected. Sleep tracking is also available, and the Mi Band 6 can provide you with a breakdown of your sleep quality as well as your breathing quality while sleeping. Stress monitoring, menstrual cycle tracking, and a Personal Activity Intelligence index are among the other fitness features on the Mi Band 6.The Mi Band 6 now has SpO2 tracking as well as the ability to log more sorts of exercises. To learn more, see Gadgets 360 for a comprehensive review.
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