Along with the Mi NoteBook 14, Xiaomi announced the launch of a new wearable, its Mi Band 5, which now grows slightly in size seeing as the OLED panel offers a size of 1.1 inches (vs. 0.95 “). Another of the big Improvements include the incorporation of a new charging system in the form of a magnetized connector, which greatly facilitates charging by not needing to remove the device from the strap. With regard to the battery, the company guarantees 14 days of autonomy.
For the rest, the Xiaomi Mi Band 5 maintains many of the things of its predecessor, and this translates into an accelerometer, cardiac sensor, which has been improved to detect anomalies and warn the user and is now 50% more accurate, barometer, Gyroscope, NFC (optional), can be submerged to a maximum of 50 meters deep, being able to recognize up to 5 swimming modes automatically and the voice assistant is still limited to Asia. As for the oxygen saturation meter, finally, the rumors were incorrect.
Regarding the price, it goes on sale on June 18 in China at a local exchange price of 23.50 euros and 28.50 euros in its version with NFC.