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The Xiaomi Mi Band 5 is updated improving one of its most imprecise functions

Xiaomi updates its best-selling bracelet by improving sleep monitoring.

Released in early summer, the Mi Band 5 offers a value for money hard to beat, including dozens of functions to measure physical activity and keep track of our health, a host of features that now it is improved thanks to an update of its .

And be careful because as we make clear in our analysis of the Xiaomi Mi Band 5 it is one of the best activity bracelets of the year.

The Xiaomi Mi Band 5 adds constant sleep monitoring

The Xiaomi Mi Band 5 is, indisputably, the smart bracelet of 2020.

With this update v1.0.2.46, Xiaomi substantially improves one of the main “buts” of the Mi Band 5, which is imprecise in issues related to health monitoringsuch as cardiac measurement or sleep tracking.

In this last sense, it is common to find that sleep figures don’t add up as well as we’d like, with deviations of several hours or not detecting noticeable movements such as night trips to the bathroom or reading in bed.

A somewhat inaccurate monitoring that is expected to be solved with this new , which will bring support for 24-hour sleep monitoring (hopefully, yes, without abusing the battery). With this improved function, the bracelet should detect naps and fine tune the day-to-day results a little better no need for tricks.

How do I update my Xiaomi Mi Band 5 to have 24-hour sleep monitoring?

In order to get this update v1.0.2.46 it will be necessary update the Mi Fit app to its latest version, specifically 4.8.0. Although there is no global arrival date, Xiaomi is supposedly releasing this update throughout December and January.

Once the app is updated, simply access it again and the installation process of the new one will begin of the Xiaomi Mi Band 5. In case this does not happen like that, go to the “Mi Band 5” menu within the Mi Fit app and select the option “Check for updates”.