The Redmi Band has been launched during Xiaomi’s Mi Fan Festival event. The new smart band comes with a color display and has many fitness features that help in recording two cyclings, running and walking. It also features heart rate monitoring and sleep tracking. Like the recently launched Huawei Band 4 and Honor Band 5i, it also has an integrated USB plug for charging. It has a personalized dial face option and four variants from which you can choose from. It will be made available for buying in China initially. However, in some time it will also come to the Indian market. The market will compete with Realme Band.
Redmi Band Price in India:
The Redmi Band is priced at 99 Yuan (approximately Rs 1,100). However, it will also be made available for 95 yuan (approximately Rs 1,000) under a crowdfunding campaign. The campaign will begin on April 9 in China. There is nothing official about its availability in the global market right now.
Redmi Band Price Specifications:
The Redmi Band features a 1.08-inch rectangular color display. It comes in five different sports modes and has an optical heart rate sensor for real-time monitoring of your hurt rate. This smart band also features sleep monitoring so you can know your sleeping pattern. Xiaomi has given more than 70 personalized dial faces for the same. There are four different options.
The Redmi band is accompanied by an integrated USB connector that allows you to charge the system in a USB charger. The band’s built-in battery can run for up to 14 days once charged. In addition, it has been made a company with Android so that it can work with phones other than Mi and Redmi phones.
Xiaomi along with the Redmi band have also launched the Mi Bunny Watch 4 smartwatch and Mi Air 2S earbuds at the Mi Fan Festival event. The company also showcased its new smart TV, connected camera and router models that will be launched in China in the coming days.
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