Mi Band 6
The Mi Band 6 features an upgraded screen display, which is larger and brighter. The band is also equipped with a heart rate sensor and an infrared light sensor for accurate readings.
Xiaomi the Mi Smart Band 6, the company’s latest fitness and sleep tracking band, after it was introduced back in March. Compared to the last year’s Band 5, this comes with a larger 1.56″ display while maintaining the same size, has 30 workout modes, and finally adds SpO2 sensor. Is it worth the price? If you already have the Mi Smart Band 5, should you upgrade? Let us find out in the complete review.
Design and Build
The Band 6 has the same elliptical design as earlier modes, but this removes the touch button below the screen, and extends the screen while maintaining almost similar size as the predecessor. This measures 47.4 × 18.6 × 12.7mm and weighs 12.8 grams (without the strap) compared to dimensions of 47.2 x 18.5 x 12.4mm and weight of 11.9 grams in the Band 5, so it fits the Mi Band 5 strap without any issues. It has a polycarbonate body, similar to older models.
It has 5ATM water resistance, so you can even wear when swimming. There is 6-axis sensor: Low power-consumption 3-axis accelerometer and 3-axis gyroscope as well as PPG heart rate sensor and also comes with a SpO₂ sensor. It uses Bluetooth 5.0 LE, same as the predecessor to Android and iOS devices.