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Mi Smart Band 6 Review: Big screen and oximetry for Xiaomi's cheap functional sensor

Mi Smart Band 6 Review: Big screen and oximetry for Xiaomi’s cheap functional sensor

There is no revolution in the interface, the Mi Smart Band 6 still relies on its touchscreen to scroll through its various displays. A horizontal swipe provides access to widgets: weather info and an audio player (music played by a smartphone) in the initial configuration, but you can select others via the Mi Fit utility (functions, heart rate monitor, etc.).

By default, the main screen shows time and date, weather and heart rate. The four measurements indicate the number of steps taken and the calories burned during the day, the PAI (Personal Function Intelligence) score and finally the sensor autonomy. By offering more to download from the Mi Fit app, you can choose another presentation to highlight another piece of information that Xiaomi can use or prioritize.

For their part, the functions of the Mi Smart Band 6 are arranged in a sorted menu. You can access it by swiping the screen vertically. The following functions appear next: General status (number of steps taken and calories burned), PAI, heart rate, SpO2, sleep, announcements, training, training history, stress, breathing, events, alarm, weather, music, world clock, systems and “More” (flashlight, timer, camera trigger, stopwatch, timer and smartphone location functions).

The Mi Smart Band 6 can display notifications from the smartphone to which it is connected: News and Email, Calendar, Social Networks … Everyone must determine whether they are capable of vibrating – customizable. Wrist. While the narrow screen format may not be the most optimal for reading messages, the readability is accurate and quick enough to quickly observe information and determine if our smartphone is worth sending to us.

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