Redmi Band Launched With Color Display And 4 Sports Modes, Know Price And Features

Redmi Band

Personalized dial face options are provided in Redmi Band. It has a USB plug for charging with color display and fitness tracking features.

Under the Redmi brand of Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi, a new fitness band i.e. Redmi Band has been introduced in its domestic market. It comes with color display and fitness tracking features. It has a USB plug for charging. A similar feature was seen in Huawei Band 4 and Honor Band 5i. It has personalized dial face options. It will be made available in China. At the same time, it is believed that it can also be launched in the Indian market.Redmi Band

Price and Availability of Redmi Band

According to China’s website Mydrivers, its price is 99 Chinese i.e. around Rs 1,100. It will be made available under the crowdfunding campaign. It will be made available under the campaign on 9 April. However, its global availability has not been given yet. We did not find this band listed on its China website.

Features of Redmi Band

Redmi Band has a 1.08-inch color display. It has 4 sports modes. It includes optical heart rate sensors to real-time heart rate monitors. It also has a sleep monitor. It tracks your sleep pattern. It has more than 70 personalized dial faces provided. There are 4 options for wristbands.

The integrated USB connector is provided in Redmi Band. It has a built-in battery that can last up to 14 days on a single charge. Apart from this, Android compatibility has also been made available. Through this band, apart from Redmi and Mi models, it will also be able to pair with other smartphones.

At the same time, the company has recently launched Mi Bunny Watch 4. It has a dual-camera setup. It is made available with HD sensors. It is currently launched in the Chinese market. But soon it can also be launched in the global market. However, the company has not yet provided any information about this.

Lingraj Sahu
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