Launched back in March this year, the new Xiaomi Mi Band 6 (Review) had already crossed the 3 million shipment mark globally according to Xiaomi’s Senior Vice President Zeng Xuezhong.
This once again outlines the popularity of the new Mi Band 6 courtesy of it’s affordable price point and diverse set of features. Compared to last year’s Mi Band 5, the latest model brings along a larger OLED display and carries support for SpO2 measurement.
Aside from Sp02 measurement, the Mi Band 6 also comes with pretty much every health tracking and monitoring features that you need, including a 24-hour heart rate monitoring (interval level), sleep monitoring, stress monitoring, as well as female health tracking.
Fitness-wise, it offers 30 different workout modes including Outdoor Running, Treadmill, Walking, Cycling, Indoor Cycling, Rowing Machine, Elliptical, Pool Swimming, Yoga, Rope Jumping, Freestyle, Dance, Indoor Fitness, Gymnastic, HIIT, Core Training, Stretching, Stepper, Pilates, Basketball, Volleyball, Table Tennis, Badminton, Cricket, Bowling, Boxing, Kickboxing, Street Dance, Zumba, as well as Indoor Ice Skating.
According to Xiaomi, the Mi Smart Band 6 is capable of providing up to 14 days worth of battery life and is also certified with 5 ATM water resistance.