Xiaomi has entered in wearable market by launching its Redmi Smart Band in India today.
The Smart Band, was originally launched in China back in April. Xiaomi company has launched the Redmi Smart Band in India. Even before this, the company has also launched many MI Bands in India. Xiaomi Company launched this band today at 12 PM.
This Band has been launched in China, and today it is in India too, but This Band has been introduced in India with different innovations. This is a fitness band. This Band monitors heart rate.
The main highlight of this band, it has a battery life of up to 14 days, a phase counter, and ATM waterproof. A good band for customers. Whose battery life is also good.
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Redmi Smart Band Price and Sale date
Its price is 1,599 in India and it will be available starting September 9. and it costs 99 Yuan in China. This Band can last 14 days on a single charge. Its battery is very strong. This Band will be available from September 9th via Mi.com, Mi Home Stores, Amazon, and offline partners.
Redmi Smart Band Specifications
The Xiaomi band has been introduced in many colors. Such as red, blue, and green. It has a color display of 1.08 inches. Apart from this, the band also has a great strap. Which is around 70 watch faces. Users can customize it according to their watch and apply the watch’s face. The Redmi Smart Phones are the best compatible with this band.
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This Band has sleep monitoring, and a heart rate sensor, and it supports the other 5 Sport Mode features. This company has recently launched MI band 4. This Smart Band is equipped with Bluetooth 5.0 for connectivity. It is compatible with devices running Android 4.4 or above versions and iOS 9.0 or above. This Smart Band also supports Bluetooth 5.0.
We expect that this company will soon launch Mi Band 5 in India. Redmi Smart Band will prove to be a good product for customers. As with most fitness trackers, the Band is capable of tracking your activity, sleep, and even pushing sedentary reminders.
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