Xiaomi’s Redmi Band is a new cheap fitness tracker to get you exercising

Xiaomi sub-brand Redmi unveiled its first-ever fitness tracker in China today at the Mi Fan Festival 2020. It’s dubbed as the Redmi Band, and it comes at a super affordable price of only 99 Yuan (around $14 / £13 / AU$23), roughly half the price of the Xiaomi Mi Band 4 and a suitable product for people waiting for the Mi Band 5.

Redmi’s first fitness tracker comes with a 1.08-inch color display, and the module is fitted in an edgy rectangular dial, unlike Xiaomi’s fitness bands, which are rather pill-shaped and round. The strap is available in four colors, black, blue, red, and brown.

(Image credit: Xiaomi)

Now, a lot of specifics about the hardware are still unavailable; hence we don’t know the exact resolution of the display. However, we do know that the company promises 14-day battery life from a single charge. The Redmi Band charges via a USB-A port at the end of the chassis itself, which means you won’t have to go looking for where you left your charging dock.


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