Mi Band 3 with bigger OLED display and 20-day battery life launched in India

Xiaomi Mi Band 3

Xiaomi has launched its third generation fitness band in India at a price tag of Rs 1,999, which is quite disruptive if you look at the fitness market offering in India. It claims to offer 20 days battery life, which is unbelievable for a wearable with its caliber. To know what we are talking about, you must learn about Mi Band 3 specifications below. 

Mi Band 3 Specs

The new Mi Band comes with a large 0.78-inch OLED display with 128 x 80-pixel resolution. It offers a scratch resistant glass and an anti-finger coating that claims to protect the display. The company quotes that the screen can showcase up to 24 characters. Unlike other fitness bands, this allows to send messages, make calls, and even receive a meeting invitation on your wrist.

Talking about the fitness features, it comes with an updated always-on heart rate monitor. There is a new algorithm that caters to this requirement. Further, it has all the features that were available on the Mi Band 2, the sleep tracking, steps, running, cycling and other fitness data. It will be waterproof wearable. It will go on sale tomorrow at 12 PM across online and offline retail at a price tag of Rs 1,999.

Would you be interested in buying the new Mi Band 3 in India? Let us know in the comments section below. 

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