After separating from Xiaomi to become an independent brand, Redmi not only launched smartphones but also continuously launched many other products such as TVs, IoT devices, home appliances … Recently, Redmi has just launched its first health monitoring bracelet, called the Redmi Band.
The Redmi Band is equipped with a color screen with a rectangular glass surface, measuring 1.08 inches. It has a similar design to health-monitoring bracelets from Huawei and Honor, as well as the recently launched Realme Band.
In fact, the Redmi Band also has a USB-A port, which supports charging by plugging directly into the laptop and charger like the above competitors. In addition, it also has a battery life of up to 14 days after a full charge.
The Redmi Band comes with 5 sports modes, even with an optical heart rate sensor to monitor your heart rate during workouts and throughout the day. Besides, it also supports sleep tracking similar to Mi Band, although there is no NFC connection.
As expected, the Redmi Band will be sold on April 9 with a fundraising price of 95 yuan (about 320,000 dong). The product has a retail price of 99 yuan (about 330,000 VND), comes with 4 color options including Orange, Olive Blue, Blue and Black.