Redmi Band with heart rate tracking, colour display launched in China

By Digit NewsDesk | Published on 05 Apr 2020
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The Redmi Band has been launched in China.

The wearable is currently priced at CNY 95 (approximately Rs 1,000), but that is only an introductory price and will change to CNY 99.

The band packs a 1.08-inch colour display and is said to offer a battery life of 14 days.

Redmi Band with heart rate tracking, colour display launched in China

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Xiaomi has unveiled a new wearable under its Redmi brand. Called the Redmi Band, the device is currently priced at CNY 95 (approximately Rs 1,000), but that is only an introductory price and will change to CNY 99. 

The Redmi Band packs a relatively large 1.08-inch colour OLED display, which is larger than the 0.95-inch display found on the Mi Band 4. Further, the new band does not come with a charging cradle. It uses a standard USB Type-A port to charge. This a system similar to the one used by other fitness trackers like the Lenovo HX03F Spectra. It should be noted that while the Mi band 4 has a slight curve, the Redmi Band is completely flat. The company claims that the device takes about two hours to completely charge, and can be used for 14 days at a stretch,  

As far as tracking goes, the device packs an optical heart rate sensor for tracking heart rate. The company notes that the device can track up to five different sports. It also offers sleep tracking. Another notable feature of the device is that it is waterproof up to five ATM, so users can take it swimming with them. The Redmi Band can show notifications and weather forecast. It also supports Alipay offline scanning. It is not yet known if or when the Redmi Band will make its way to India. However, if the company does launch the fitness tracker in India, it should be priced less than the Mi Band 4.

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