Redmi launches a new wearable, the Redmi Band vouching for its recent announcement to introducing a fitness band.
It sports a 1.08-inch color display with 72 face options. Some of its features include sleep tracking, heart-rate monitoring, sedentary reminders, direct charging, along with two weeks of juice.
However, you can’t detach the main body against the wrist straps.
Priced at just 99 yuan (~$14) in China, you can, however, buy the new Redmi Band for 95 yuan (~$13) as of 9th April constituted of a crowdfunding initiative. The Mi Band 4, on the other hand, costs 159 yuan (~$22) locally.
Realme, on the contrary, has already launched its very first band, the Realme Band that costs Rs. 1,499 (~$20). Therefore, entrance for the new Redmi Band is a month belated. However, the Mi Band 4 from Xiaomi was actually a good bet. So, let’s hope the sub-brand can provide worthier acquaintance with its first fitness band too.