Currently, the brand also reported its first fitness band dubbed like Redmi Band as teased yesterday on Weibo. It will be crowdfunded for a value tag of only 95 Yuan ($13) from 10 AM, April 9 in China. However, the retail price of the band will be 99 Yuan ($14).
Redmi has currently ventured into smart wearable business with the release of Redmi Band. This fitness tracker from the brand options a 1.08-inch rectangular color screen. The design of the smart band resembles that of Huawei / Honor Bands and the week ago launched Realme Band.
In fact, it even has support for direct USB charging same to the competitors listed above. The company claims a 14-day battery life from a full charge. Like for tracking, it arrives with 5 sports modes and even has an optical heart rate scanner to monitor heart rates during workouts like effectively like throughout the working day. It Furthermore has support for sleep monitoring to help users achieve their sleep aims.
Being an entry-level as nicely like the first fitness tracker from the brand, the Redmi Band lacks NFC for contactless payments, what is found on its parent manufacturer Xiaomi’s Mi Band 4. Anyway, the tracker comes in black but users can choose between four alternative colors for bands this sort of like orange, olive green, blue, and black.