Xiaomi has launched the Mi Band 6 along with the Mi 11 series of phones in China. It is the successor to the Mi Band 5 which was launched last year. When compared to the Mi Band 5, it comes with a bigger screen, a SpO2, 30 sport modes, and more.

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The Xiaomi Mi Band 6 features a 1.56-inch AMOLED display with a PPI of 326. The resolution of this screen is 152 x 360-pixels which is close to a 50% increase in the screen’s real-estate as the previous Band 5 came with a 1.1-inch AMOLED display. There are more than 130 watch faces to choose from.

Like its previous iteration, it includes a heart rate sensor and also a new SpO2 sensor this time. The new SpO2 sensor and the heart rate sensor will now let track, blood oxygen saturation monitoring, and 24-hour sleep monitoring. Addiontially, 19 new sport modes make the band support 30 sport modes in total.

These new sports modes include Indoor fitness, Indoor ice skating, HIIT, Core Training, Stretching, Stepper, Gymnastics, Pilates, Cricket, Bowling, Basketball, Street dance, Dance, Zumba, Volleyball, Table tennis, Badminton, Boxing, and Kickboxing. For battery, Xiaomi claims that the Band can offer up to 14-days of battery life on a single charge. It also supports the new magnetic charger that was introduced with Mi Smart Band 5 last year. In China, there are two variants one with NFC and the other one is without NFC. However, there is no NFC in the Global variant of the band.

Now boils down the price of this new Mi Smart Band 6, itis priced at CNY 229 that is roughly Rs. 2,500 for the standard variant. Whereas, the NFC variant is priced at CNY 279 that is roughly Rs. 3,100. There are a total of 6 straps to choose from, these include red, yellow, blue, black, olive green, and more.

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