Almost a couple of weeks ago, Redmi released the Redmi Smart Band Pro in its homeland. It’s a mid-range fitness tracker that comes with a 1.47-inch AMOLED panel. After its release in China, the company has turned its face towards the global markets; we just received a tip suggesting the same band is soon coming to India.
Redmi unveiled the Smart Band Pro on October 28th along with a few other devices – the Redmi Note 11 series and Redmi Watch 2. We believe India might get a similar treatment. It’s further assured by tipster Mukul Sharma that this smart band will come with a range of devices:
Redmi Smart Band Pro – Specifications
The Redmi Smart Band Pro will sport a 1.47-inch AMOLED touch display with 194×368 pixels resolution, a pixel density of 282PPI, peak brightness of up to 450 nits, and 8-bit color depth. It will also feature an NTSC color gamut coverage of 100 percent.
The device will be running Android 6.0 OS or iOS 10 along with the Xiaomi Wear/Xiaomi Wear Lite applications.
This Redmi fitness band will come with an Apollo 3.5 processor. It will have a powerful 200mAh battery with “up to 14 days of regular usage and 20 days of usage with power-saving mode.” Sensors found on this smart band will include a six-axis sensor, a light sensor, and a PPG heart rate sensor. It will also carry 5ATM certification for dust and water resistance.
Other notable features on the device will include the heart rate monitor, menstrual tracking, stress level monitoring, SpO2, and sleep quality tracker. It will also feature multiple workout modes, including elliptical machines, rowing machines, jumping rope, HIIT, outdoor cycling, and others.
This smart band is also capable of detecting different fitness modes including outdoor walking, outdoor running, and treadmill.
The band weighs only 15 grams.
That’s all we received from several tipsters. We still don’t know when Redmi will release this smart band in India.
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