In the past few years, Xiaomi’s Mi Band smart band line has achieved a lot of success. Last year, the Chinese company launched the Mi Band 5 in June in China before it was introduced globally in July as the Mi Smart Band 5. Less than a year later, its successor, the Xiaomi Mi Band 6, is expected to launch by the end of this March.
Now that date has been announced by Xiaomi’s Twitter and the Mi Band 6 will arrive March 29 at the Mi 11 Ultra, Mi 11 Pro launch event, and the new Mi MIX phone. The Xiaomi Mi Band 6 is expected to carry many new features and upgrades while the design will not change much compared to the current Mi Band 5.
An actual photo appeared last week showing the Mi Band 6 with the same design as its predecessor. The image also shows a magnetic charging cable similar to that of the Mi Band 5. In addition, Abi Go, product marketing director and global spokesperson for Xiaomi also shared an introductory video about the launch of the Mi Band 6.
One of the features that the Mi Band 6 is expected to have is assist in detecting oxygen levels in the blood (SpO2 monitoring). It was a surprise that the Mi Band 5 was announced last year and it lacked this feature.
The upcoming Xiaomi Mi Band 6 is also expected to feature a larger display, support up to 30 sports modes, and will be available in standard variants as well as NFC. Like its predecessor, the Mi Band 6 may appear globally as the Mi Smart Band 6.
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