Xiaomi Mi Band 5

This morning, Xiaomi officially announced that the Xiaomi Mi Band 5 supports dial customization. And apart from the traditional dials, the company has also added much-popular characters including Detective Conan, EVA, Hatsune Miku, Sponge Bob, etc to the band 5 dials.

Xiaomi Mi Band 5

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Previously, we have learned the Xiaomi Mi Band 5 will come with a number of upgrades. They mainly refer to the magnetic charging, 11 professional sports modes, NFC UnionPay flash payment, professional sensors, a new women’s health mode, and remote photography. Among them, the magnetic charging design is similar to the Apple Watch. And it makes up for the more complicated process of charging the previous generation. So the product has a better product experience when used.

Xiaomi Mi Band 5

As we know, this smart band will bring more comprehensive heart rate sleep monitoring, built-in high-precision sensors, and can also process heart rate changes at the end of the exercise process, providing more accurate data support for the wearer.

Xiaomi Mi Band 5

Huami Technology will hold an AI innovation conference on June 15 and introduce its achievements in this field. Huang Wang, the founder, and CEO of Huami Technology said that companies with extremely real software should produce their own hardware. Also, those who are serious about big data should make sensors themselves. After years of continuous accumulation, some breakthroughs and achievements have also been made in software algorithms. And the importance of sensors is self-evident.

Though this device will be uncovered only tomorrow, it has already appeared in the store in Jingdong Mall. As you understand, it has opened an appointment to snap up.

From the appearance point of view, the Xiaomi Mi Band 5 has a larger screen than the previous generation.

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