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The Xiaomi Mi Band 6 is Now available in Kenya for Ksh 4200

Xiaomi Mi Band 5

The Xiaomi Mi Band is one of the best and affordable fitness bands you can get on the market. The latest iteration in this series is the Xiaomi Mi Band 6 that you can get in Kenya starting from Ksh 4200 on Jumia. 

The Mi Band 6 has a AMOLED display, supports heart-rate monitoring and blood and oxygen measuring among other features. 

This is the successor to the Mi Band 5 that has been in retail stores in Kenya for over a year and has sold so well looking at their popularity on most ecommerce sites. The Mi Band 5 is still available in Kenya for Ksh 3500. 

Xiaomi Mi Band 6 price in Kenya

The Xiaomi Mi Band 6 is available in Kenya for Ksh 4,200. You can get the phone from Jumia and Xiaomi brand shops across the country. 

Xiaomi Mi Band 6 specifications and features

The Xiaomi Mi Band 6 has a 1.56-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 152×486 pixels and a pixel density of 326ppi. Xiaomi says this display is 50% bigger than the one that was used on the mi Band 5. 

 It measures 47.4×18.6×12.7mm and weighs about 12.8gms. This fitness band comes with 5 ATM water resistance that the company says should allow it to survive 50m under water for 10 minutes. 

The Mi Band 6 has 30 sports activities with 60 different watch faces that you can customize through the Mi Wear app. 

This band can be used for heart rate monitoring, blood oxygen monitoring, and tracking sleep patterns. This is not bad for a fitness tracker that you can get for less than ksh 5000. 

The Mi Band 6 has a 125mAh battery that can easily last for 2 weeks on a single charge. 

Read: The Huawei Band 6 Review – Something for Everyone

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