Xiaomi Mi band 6 was rumored a few weeks back to launch soon in the market and now Xiaomi has finally launched the smart band today. The Mi Band 6 was launched in the Chinese market on Monday evening and it is the successor to the Mi Band 5. The new fitness band that has been launched in the Chinese market comes with an AMOLED display which is said to increase the battery life by a big margin and provide a better display as well.
The display comes with rounded corners and has been launched in two different variants. The vanilla variant of the band comes with a price tag of CNY 2999 which is around Rs 2,500 in Indian value and the special edition of Mi Band 6 comes with NFC support at a price tag of CNY 279 which is around Rs 3,000 in Indian value. The band will go on sale in China on April 2. The company has not yet confirmed if the smart band will make it to the Indian market, but it can be confirmed that the India launch will have NFC support. It has a 1.56-inch (152 x 486 pixels) AMOLED touchscreen display and has 326ppi pixel density, 450 nits of peak brightness, and is waterproof up to 50 meters.
The fitness band comes with a 125 mAh battery which is claimed to deliver a standby time of 14 days. The band takes two hours to charge up to 100% and also supports Bluetooth 5.0. It also comes with 30 sports modes and detects 6 modes automatically, which are walking, running, indoor treadmill, and cycling. It has major features like 24/7 blood pressure, blood oxygen (SPO2), and heart-rate monitoring, and also supports sleep tracking. There are various color options in the device which are Black, Blue, Brown, Green, Orange, Silver, White, and Yellow color.