Xiaomi Mi Band 4 with AMOLED colour display and 20 days battery life launched in India at Rs 2,299

Mi Band 4- Feature Image

At its Smarter Living 2020 event in Bangalore, today Xiaomi has launched a range of new smart devices. One of the much-awaited smart devices was the Mi Band 4. This new Mi Band was launched in China in early June. It is interesting to see the fitness band to make its way to India pretty soon. 

Mi Band 4 Features

Retaining the convenient form factor that Mi Band is popular for, the new version comes with an AMOLED colour display. It’s a full touch display with 39.9 bigger screen compared to the previous generation. It’s a 0.95-inch screen in case you wanted to know the exact size. It has a 2.5D tempered glass for protection from Scratch. 

Talking about the design, the new Mi Band 4 comes with a 5ATM water-resistant with swim-tracking support as well. Along with conventional notifications, it offers music and volume control as well. Reject and accept calls right from your wrist. Interestingly, it’s now even possible to take a picture using Mi Band 4 as a shutter button. Late use that image to set it as a watch face. 

It comes with revamped activity tracking modules where it can identify up to 6 activities and accurately track calorie burning. The next interesting thing you should know is that it has a 20 days battery life. The connectivity is established by Bluetooth 5.0 version. 

Mi Band 4 Price in India 

The new fitness band from the company will retail in India for Rs 2, 299. The sale starts from September 29 on Mi.com and Amazon. What do you guys think of the new Mi Band 4? Let us know in the comment section below.  

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