It’s official: the Xiaomi Mi Band 6 will be presented on March 29 and would come with these new features
Xiaomi confirms the official presentation of the Mi Band 6 for Monday, March 29, at the same time that different information occurs about some of the features that it will debut.
Xiaomi will change its commercial strategy this year in the launch of its long-awaited activity bracelet Mi Band 6 that, unlike other years that have been launched between June and July, will advance its availability in stores by up to three months, and what was previously simply speculation, is now totally official.
A few days ago we sensed, according to a poster shared by the founder and CEO of Xiaomi, Lei Jun, that the Mi Band 6 could make an appearance during the event next Monday, March 29.
A few hours ago, Xiaomi itself has confirmed that its new activity bracelet It will be presented this March 29, more than two months in advance of the Mi Band 5 that came out in June in China and had a subsequent global launch in July.
Are you ready for the brand new # MiSmartBand6?
It’s time to start making your new exercise plans!
Don’t miss the Xiaomi 2021 New Product Launch at 19:30 (GMT+8) on March 29.
— Xiaomi (@Xiaomi) March 26, 2021
According to Xiaomi’s official Twitter account, the Mi Band 6 will be presented on Monday, March 29, the same day that the Mi 11 Pro, the Mi 11 Ultra and the new Mi Mix phone will be announced. It remains to be seen whether after the announcement we will have an immediate launch, at least in Chinese territory, or a specific date of global availability will be offered.
– Abi Go (@abigoabi) March 26, 2021
A few days ago there were rumors, including its first real image, about certain new features for the bracelet, among which the presence of GPS was discussed. Considering that the GPS feature seen in other activity wristbands has raised its price considerably, it remains to be seen if Xiaomi will launch several models of its activity wristband.
Other unconfirmed additions could be that users are allowed to reply to SMS messages using preset replies. It has also been commented over time added as increase in the number of sports modes that would rise from the current 19 to the 30 with the inclusion of sports such as zumba, cricket, bowling, volleyball, basketball, table tennis, badminton, boxing and even kickboxing, among others.
Other features that the new Xiaomi activity bracelet could also offer is a blood oxygen measurement sensor, support for Alexa and a slightly larger screen than the current one.
In just two days we will have all the data related to what promises to be the most popular activity bracelet in all of 2021.