To the surprise, the Xiaomi Mi Band 6 has already started to appear in the internal code of the Zepp application. A first contact with the next generation of the famous Xiaomi smart bracelet that also brings great surprises .
In detail, the Xiaomi Mi Band 6 has been discovered by Magical Unicorn , revealing us in addition to its code name and model number, part of the improvements that it will bring compared to the Xiaomi Mi Band 5 or the Amazfit Band 5 .
To begin with, the Xiaomi Mi Band 6 has appeared under the codename Pangu and the model number XMSH16HM (CN NFC) and XMSH15HM . Also, like the previous generation, it is related to two different models; one with NFC and one without this technology.
But there is not everything, as it has been discovered, the Xiaomi Mi Band 6 will have great surprises such as a larger screen or resolution and probably the most anticipated … GPS integrated inside.
Xiaomi Mi Band 6, higher resolution, own GPS and emoticons
The first resources obtained from the app code show us how the Xiaomi Mi Band 6 will have a higher screen resolution than its previous generation. While the Mi Band 5 offers about 126 × 294 pixels, this new model reaches 152 × 360/270 pixels .
In addition, several lines of code suggest that the Xiaomi Mi Band 6 will have its own GPS for the first time, thus becoming independent of our smartphone in order to monitor our routes by walking, running, cycling, etc.
But there is not everything, this new Xiaomi smart bracelet has its own source in which no less than 308 emoticons are established , all of them so that notifications are displayed correctly.
Beyond that, the new Mi Band 6 aims to have a blood oxygen saturation monitor, Pomodoro timer , support to manage Xiaomi Home and probably, inherited from the Amazfit Band 5, Alexa as a voice assistant .
In short, this first contact with what could become the Xiaomi Mi Band 6 looks very, very good. In addition, it should be noted that all these details are within the Firmware and Resources code of the Xiaomi Mi Band 6.
Source | logger.fr