Xiaomi introduced the Mi Smart Band 6 earlier this week with an SpO2 sensor to measure blood oxygen levels. The sensor can also monitor sleep breathing quality – a feature Xiaomi talked about during the unveiling but is only now enabling through its Mi Fit app with an update.
The new update bumps up the app version to 5.0.0, improves user experience, and fixes known bugs. The Mi Fit app is available for Android and iOS devices and allows users to manage and update their Mi wearable devices while also letting them access the collected data.
The Mi Smart Band 6 sports a 1.56″ AMOLED touchscreen of 486×152-pixel resolution and 450 nits brightness. It packs a 125 mAh battery that’s claimed to offer 14 days of endurance.
The wearable has 5ATM water resistance and supports a total of 30 exercise modes. It also comes with a heart rate sensor and can track your REM sleep as well.
The Mi Smart Band 6 is priced at €45 in Europe and costs CNY230 ($35/€30) in China, where Xiaomi also offers an NFC edition at CNY280 ($43/€35).