Xiaomi Mi Band 5 1
Xiaomi Mi Band 5 1

We already knew that the Xiaomi Mi Band 5 would arrive this year and we had already seen a photo. In fact, we already talked about it a lot at Leak, also due to a kind of hole in the screen that seemed to belong to a camera. Now here comes from China and more specifically from the Rucashk website the first real image of this device even though it is not very close.

Xiaomi Mi Band 5: there is already a new revealing photo on the Internet!

Xiaomi Mi Band 5 leaked image
Xiaomi Mi Band 5 leaked image

One thing is notorious, the screen has undergone several modifications. That said, we moved on to a more oval screen that apparently had a hole in the screen but that must belong to the capacitive button, rather than being a place to accommodate a camera. In addition, information revealed by the website TizenHelp states that this wearable will come with a 1.2-inch screen. It is larger than the 0.95 inch AMOLED panel of the previous model. That is, there will be room for more details on the Mi Band 5 and there will be more room for icons.

According to information circulating on the Internet, Band 5 outside China will have NFC. If this happens, it will be the first Xiaomi smartband to do so. Despite the larger screen, this device will be lighter and with more contrast. Thus, it will be easier to see the information transmitted by the Mi Band 5 in direct sunlight.

However, it remains to be said that support for NFC paves the way for Google Pay and other payment systems.

There are many other rumors circulating on the Internet that address some very interesting aspects. I am talking about improvements in sleep tracking, integrated GPS, or automatic exercise tracking. But there is still another very interesting one. Another feature should also be the multi-task between different applications. Sometimes when we are exercising we may want to access the watch or other options on our wearable. In Mi Band 4 it was not possible to access other applications when we were following a workout, which limited the use of the device.


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