The Xiaomi Mi Band 5 Casual ReviewMarch 8, 2021
The Xiaomi Mi Band 5 is the successor to the Mi Band 4 released in 2019. It comes with a few incremental upgrades which I honestly didn’t really see the need for as it pretty much looks and feels like the Mi Band 4 as a whole.
It comes with a slightly bigger display at 1.1″ inches, which is an AMOLED display making it very much visible even under the sun.
Comes with a wide range of tracking modes that can possibly suit any modern-day fitness activities which can easily give you an idea of your progress with just a swipe.
It also comes with a few health tracking features such as the heart rate sensor, sleep tracking, and stress monitoring which for those of you working from home can be very beneficial. Although I personally wouldn’t recommend just relying on the device, it is still better to seek help from a doctor should you need it.
Battery life on the Xiaomi Mi band 5 is great which lasts 14 days on a single charge, it’s not as great as the Mi Band 4 which can go up to 21 days, but anything above 10 days is still a welcome feature.
If there’s anything that makes this device a better option over the Mi Band 4, is the female health tracking feature. This is basically a cycle counter which helps you keep track of your red days in a month, especially if you’re that conscious.
For a quick review of the Xiaomi Mi Band 5 here’s a video I recently uploaded on the Chrisispoint YouTube channel.
If you’re interested in getting your very own Xiaomi Mi Band 5 here are the links on where to get it along with their exclusive discounts whichever is applicable to your region.
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