Redmi Band with heart rate sensor and 14 days battery launched for Rs 1,000 approximately

Redmi Band - Feature Image

Xiaomi’s sub-brand, Redmi has launched its all-new smart band in China. It’s called Redmi Band. The technology giant has come up with an all-new fitness tracker with a new design. Let’s talk about its features and specifications below. It is priced affordably at Rs 1,000 approx, 99 Yuan to be precise. It will go on sale from April 9. It will be available in four vibrant colours including Black, Blue, Green, and Orange.

Redmi Band – Features

Redmi Band brings a 1.08-inch colour display, which is flat in nature, it’s not a curve display. Speaking about the features, it packs a range of features, let’s talk about it one by one. Starting with a heart rate sensor, which can measure your heart rate 24/7, as seen on Xiaomi’s other fitness bands. Most iconically the Mi Band range.

It comes with a sleep monitor, and offers sedimentary reminders, helping you reach your fitness goals. The fitness tracker is also capable of sending out alerts for messages, and calls. Further, it offers a built-in charging port, which means you don’t need to carry a separate charger for it. Unlike Mi Fitness Bands.

What do you guys think of the new Redmi Band? Should it arrive in India? With lots of fitness bands like Realme Band, Honor 5i Band and more being offered above RS 1,000, this could be another good option for users in India. Let us know in the comment section below. 

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