The Redmi Band has been launched in China. The first fitness band from Redmi is priced at RMB 99, which is around Rs 1,060 in India. The Redmi Band comes with an affordable price tag, and even features a big color display, supports 5 sports modes. Xiaomi is yet to confirm whether the Redmi Band will be launched in India.
The Realme Band was recently launched in India with a budget price label of Rs 1,499. Xiaomi is expected to launch the Redmi fitness band in India to target the Rs 1,500 wearable segment and give a tough competition to the Realme and Honor Band. Let’s take a look at the features of the newly launched fitness tracker.
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The smart wearable ships with a 1.08-inch rectangular color display. It offers support for 5 sports modes and an optical heart rate sensor to monitor heart rate. With this fitness band, users will also be able to track their sleep patterns. The Chinese company will be selling the device in four colors, including orange, olive green, blue, and black.
The Redmi Band supports direct USB charging. Xiaomi claims that the fitness band will deliver 14 days of battery life on a single charge. The budget fitness tracker lacks NFC support for contactless payments. But, the same feature is also available in Xiaomi’s Mi Band 4.
Besides, the Mi Band 5 is also expected to launch today. The display is expected to be brighter with better contrast to ensure improved usability under direct sunlight. It is likely to feature a full-color AMOLED panel. Talking about NFC, it also looks like the Global version of Mi Band 5 will also support contactless payments. This likely means that Mi Band 5 will come with support for Google Pay, and other payment services.