- Tram Ho
As usual, there will be two versions of the Mi Band 6 – one for the Chinese market (XMSH16HM, with NFC feature) and one for the global market (XMSH15HM, most likely without NFC).
Expected features on Mi Band 6.
The new smart wearable will integrate a GPS receiver, which promises to provide more accurate speed and distance data for user workouts. For faster positioning, the mobile app sends A-GPS data to the bracelet.
The Mi Band 6 will also have a SpO2 sensor (measuring oxygen concentration in the blood), just like the current model. However, new equipment will add 19 new training modes. Here are the plugins and menu icons that accompany them:
Training mode icons on Mi Band 6.
To help users stay focused, a feature called Pomodoro has been added. This is a method of time management using a timer. Accordingly, application notifications will be blocked for a 25-minute period, then the bracelet will vibrate to remind the wearer to take a 25-minute break.
Users will be able to view sleep data on the bracelet itself (currently only viewable in the phone app). This could suggest that the Mi Band 6 display will be larger and there are some clues that the screen will have a higher resolution.
The UI will also be reworked, here are some default watch faces:
In addition, the Mi Band 6 will be able to control smart home devices using the Mi Home platform. However, it is not clear whether this depends on the region. If this information is correct, users can use Amazon Alexa to control everything (while the Chinese version will use Mi AI instead).
Along with that, the next generation smart bracelet can display emojis inside the notification, with about 308 emojis. Mi Band 6 will also be able to reject a call with an automatic answer, for example: “I am currently driving, please contact later.”
The previous version was the Mi Band 5 which was launched in mid-July of last year, so it will only be a few months before we can see the next version of this series of smart wearables.
Source : Genk