Mi Band 6 has been launched with an AMOLED display and 14 days of battery life in hometown china. It is the successor of the Mi Band 5 which was launched back in June last year. The smart band has a SpO2 sensor for blood oxygen sensor and includes 130 watch faces for customization. The fitness tracker is available in 8 color variants: white, brown, black, blue, orange, yellow, green, and silver.
Mi Band 6 Specifications
Mi Band 6 comes with a 1.56-inches color AMOLED display with 152 x 360 pixels resolution and a pixel density of 326 PPI. The company also claims that it has 130 watch faces and the user can also create the dials from their own photos. It boasts 15 new exercise modes that mean it has a total of 30 exercise modes. Further, It also offers 6 auto-detection fitness tracking modes.
The company claims that it can last up to 14 days on a single charge. Mi Band 6 also comes with power saving mode that extends the battery backup of the wearable up to 19 days. In terms of sensor, The wearable includes the support of a SpO2 sensor that allows the user to monitor their blood oxygen levels. Additionally, It is also capable to monitor the user’s sleep & breathing quality.
Other features include notification alerts, call alerts, camera button, 50 meters water resistance, and NFC
Mi Band 6 Price & Availability
Xiaomi Mi Band 6 price starts from 229 Yuan (around. Rs 2,500) in China for the non-NFC variant. The NFC variant carries a price tag of 279 Yuan (around. Rs 3,000). The first will be going to live at 10:00 AM on 2nd April 2021 in China.
However, The Chinese tech company has not made any official statement related to the global launch of the Mi Band 6 but as per the previous iterations, It could be launched in India soon.