Xiaomi Mi Band 5 images leaked online but found fake

Xiaomi Mi Band 5 images leaked online but found fake

The alleged real image of the Xiaomi Mi Band 5 has recently hit online. Huami has publicly announced that Xiaomi Mi Band 5 will be available later this year. Recall that the Xiaomi Mi Band series has been produced jointly by Xiaomi and Huami.

The Mi Band 5 will come with a major improvement compared to its predecessor. This changed from the previous square screen to a brand-new oval punch-hole monitor. The punch-hole may be the location of the camera at the bottom of the screen. However, given the tiny window, it seems to be too big, so it might really be something else, or maybe a completely fake collection of images. The image shows that the alleged Band 5 comes with a gray strap. However, we do not expect this color to be the only choice, Gizchina said.

Commenting on the release of the Mi Band 5 images, Xiaomishka stated that the Mi Band 5 images were fake. Noting that everything looks really real at the beginning, Xiaomishka claimed that the watermark placed at the bottom disrupts the events.

The Mi Band 5 will be the first Xiaomi band to support NFC outside of China. The Xiaomi Mi Band 5 would have a 1.2-inch monitor. This is larger than the 0.95-inch AMOLED screen on its predecessor. It means that the band 5 information will be more accessible and there will be more space for the icons. This computer should be lighter and more contrasting, given the larger size. So, reading from the band in the sunshine is going to be easier.

Xiaomi NFC Smart Bands are available only in China. However, it appears that the Xiaomi Mi Band 5 NFC variant will be available on the global market. This means that it is likely to help Google Pay & other payment services. The global version of the Mi Band 5 NFC will support contactless payments, work pass and can be used as a bus card. At present, these features are active in China.

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