The Mi Smart Band 6 features a more prominent 1.56-inch AMOLED display that stretches from edge to edge. The display has a 152 x 360-pixel resolution and 326 PPI. It is said to offer 50% more screen real estate than the Mi Band 5. The display comes with tempered glass protection with an anti-fingerprint coating.
Another highlight of the Mi Smart Band 6 is the SpO2 sensor which enables blood oxygen saturation monitoring. It also gets a set of other usual sensors, including a heart rate sensor that monitors heart rate throughout the day.
The sixth-generation Mi Smart Band supports 19 more sports modes than 11 on the Mi Smart Band 5, so now the Mi Smart Band 6 supports a total of 30 sports mode, and 6 of these can be auto-detected. The new sport modes are 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. Apart from the sports mode, it gets a female health tracking and stress monitoring feature. The
The Chinese variant comes with support for Xiao AI, whereas the global variant supports Amazon Alexa smart assistant.
For battery concerns, the Mi Smart Band 6 has a 125mAh battery that lasts up to 14-days on a single charge. It comes with a magnetic charger and takes 2 hours to charge from 0-100%.
Mi Smart Band 6 – Pricing and Availability
The standard variant of Mi Smart Band 6 will be retailing for CNY 229, while the one with NFC will be selling for CNY 279. It’s available in six different strap colours, including black, Orange, Yellow, Olive, Ivory and Blue. The standard one will be available in Europe for €45. It will be up for grabs starting April 2 in China.