Mi Band 4 wasn't enough. Almost surprised, Xiaomi today unveiled the new ultra-cheap ultra-low threat China under the Redmi brand, which is consequently the first it carries created by a private company based in Beijing. The Redmi band A bracelet that shares some features with the Xiaomi catalog reference type, at a low price.
And that's it 13 euros to change, Redmi Band is one of the smartest wristbands with the highest performance rating, and I'm afraid it has everything to become the new best-selling product of the company.
Redmi Band, all information
Although similar in some respects, The new Redmi Band features some details we haven't seen yet on any Xiaomi Mi Band series model. For example, in this model the brand is branded connect the USB type connector to the bracelet itself
Otherwise, the threat indicates a The 1.08-inch color OLED display and rectangular format, with a lower resolution than the Xiaomi Mi Band 4. However, its ability to control different aspects of the bracelet and interface is retained. The default is the use of silicone to create your own rope, available in four different colors: green, red, blue and black. By the way, its construction is reminiscent of the realme Band introduced a few weeks ago.
Speaking of sports, the Redmi Band includes energy monitor various types of physical activity and issue reports, which will be provided by a smartphone compatible app, which must be connected via Bluetooth. In a sense, they apply living life warnings which will warn when most of the time passes without exercise. Included automatic sleeper automatic, which is similar to what we find in the Xiaomi Mi Band family models.
In the meantime, The Redmi Band has been announced in China, for sale at a price of 99 yuan, approx 14 dollars for change or 13 euros. However, it is currently uncertain whether Xiaomi intends to increase the availability of this threat in other regions.
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