The Xiaomi Mi Band 6 specification has appeared on the web. Lots of new features The Chinese company's fitness band is one of its biggest hits and the most popular accessories of this type on the market in general, so the information about the arrival of the sixth generation should not come as a surprise to anyone.

It's just that we are not dealing with the official announcement yet, but the Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 6 software found in the Zepp application, which reveals many of the key features of the new model. As before, you should expect two versions of the device, Chinese with NFC and for the international market without this connectivity, but in both cases there is a built-in GPS that will allow for more precise speed measurement and distance traveled, and the band she caught a fix faster, the smartphone application will send her A-GPS data. And although this is a big change, GPS support was already available through the smartphone application, which forced you to take your phone with you.

What seems to be the biggest change, the sixth edition of Mi Band is finally looking forward to the SpO2 sensor, with which we will test the saturation - oxygen saturation in the blood is defined as the fifth, next to the pulse, body temperature, pressure and respiratory frequency, the vital parameter, which over time the coronavirus pandemic has taken on additional importance. Information about such a model appeared already with the model marked with the number 5, but eventually the manufacturer gave up this idea and we will see it only in the latest version.

It will also offer 19 new training modes, such as fitness classes, skating, HIIT, core training, stretching, stepper, pilates, dance and many more - now probably most people will find their type of activity on this list. The novelties also include the Pomodoro Technique, a method of time management based on the assumption that frequent pauses improve mental mobility, using 25-minute work sessions and prolonged rest sessions. This time, we will also gain access to sleep data from the level of the band itself, because we had to use the smartphone application for this purpose. Does this mean that the manufacturer plans to increase the display?

It looks like this, because otherwise this type of content could be unreadable, although it seems that the current size of the band is optimal. Other changes include the ability to control smart devices at home, the option of displaying emoticons in messages (we can see as many as 308 such icons on the published screens) and the ability to reject calls and automatically send notifications in the "drive, call back later" style. TECH GIRL that all? It's hard to say, but we'll probably find out everything in July at the latest, because that's when the premiere of new Mi Bands takes place.