Xiaomi Mi Band 6 was launched along with its Mi 11 flagship at the end of last month. The wearable is receiving its first update after it went on sale in the Chinese market. The fresh build introduces a feature that monitors sleep breathing quality. Also, it will check and rate the quality of your breathing during sleep at night.
Reportedly, these characteristics can be tracked on the Mi Fit app on your smartphone. During the 2021 spring hardware event, Xiaomi mentioned this feature, however, it wasn’t spotted in the smart band at that time. Finally, the Mi Fit app is enabling this unique feature.
Along with these features, the Chinese giant is also bringing fixes for some known bugs and enhancements in the user experience to the smart wearable.
For those unaware, the Mi Band 6 already tracks Breath exercise, Stress monitoring, Female health tracking, and PAI (Personal Activity Intelligence), and your sleep. Moreover, it gathers data about sleep breathing quality, REM, and nap time periods.
Xiaomi Mi Band 6 Specifications
The Mi Smart Band 6 flaunts a 2.5D curved glass indulging a 1.56-inch AMOLED touchscreen. It offers support for animated watch faces and bears more than 130 watch faces that the user can customize with their personal pictures. The wearable provides up to 30 exercise modes with 24×7 heart rate monitoring (PPG), 24×7 blood pressure, and Blood Oxygen measurement (SpO2). As every fitness tracker, it monitors regular activities like running, walking, treadmill running, outdoor cycling, rowing, and elliptical training. The band packs a 125mAh LiPo battery that lasts up to 14 days at a charge of 2hrs.