- Tram Ho
Recently, Xiaomi has officially introduced the Mi Band 6 in the Vietnamese market. This is the latest generation smart bracelet launched by Xiaomi, bringing many advantages about the screen as well as integrating more features to monitor health, including the mode of measuring oxygen saturation. in blood (SpO2 index).
In terms of design, Mi Band 6 retains the design design compared to other versions. Users will get a device with small size, light weight with silicone strap worn comfortably in the hand. The Mi Band line up to now has not changed too much after each generation. The main change comes from the display and the hardware inside, as well as the features and health monitoring included.
The remarkable upgrade of the Mi Band 6 line this year comes from the screen when the screen of this smartband has been expanded by Xiaomi to a “full bezel” screen, about 50% larger than the previous version. The screen bezels are thinner on the sides, but the lower bezel is still a bit thicker and the screen size is enlarged, for a larger display space than the predecessor generation. However, the screen of the Mi Band 6 is still considered not too big when compared to the rival Huawei Band 6 with the screen that was recently introduced in the Vietnamese market today.
In terms of parameters, the screen of the Mi Band 6 is a high-end AMOLED screen, with a size of 1.56 inches and a pixel density of 326ppi which is quite high and sharp. Due to being enlarged in the upper and lower dimensions, basically, the screen of Mi Band 6 has the same quality as Mi Band 5. The product also supports AOD mode and users can customize a lot. different watch faces by pairing to a smartphone via the Mi Fit app.
As mentioned above, this year’s Mi Band 6 incorporates the ability to measure the level of oxygen saturation in the blood (SpO2 index) and sleep monitoring by monitoring the quality of breathing during sleep.
In addition, Mi Band 6 also offers double exercise mode options, including a total of 30 different training modes full of fun and challenge. From indoor exercises like muscle tension to HIIT, users can also use the device when participating in professional sports such as gymnastics or even with recreational activities such as zumba and dancing. Street. Mi Band 6 provides automatic recognition of 6 popular fitness types, ensuring key parameters are accurately recorded and included in daily activity metrics.
In terms of battery life, Mi Band 6 retains the battery life of its predecessor with 14 days of use with only 1 charge and 19 days if using the battery saver mode. The Mi Band 6 also uses a convenient magnet charging dock.
Mi Band 6 will be sold in the Vietnamese market at the price of 1,290,000 VND, especially users will be offered Mi Smart Scale 2 (worth 390,000 VND) when ordering from May 7 to May 14. 2021. Mi Band 6’s price of 1.29 million is about 1.5 times more expensive than the original price in the Chinese market and almost similar to Huawei’s newly launched Huawei Band 6.
Source : Genk