A year after the landing of Mi Band 3, Xiaomi introduced the successor to its popular fitness tracker, the Mi Band 4. It solves a ton of the issues of the past model thanks to the adoption of a 0.95-inch color AMOLED display. However, the new highlights don’t end there…
Unveiled during a committed Xiaomi event in China, the Mi Band 4 is a genuine development of the now famous fitness tracker that has made progress in recent years with three different iterations.
The Mi Band 4 has design elements, particularly speaking with its predecessors. The keen band has a central plastic body that incorporates all the hardware segments and an external interchangeable rubber strap. It includes a heart rate reader, a gyroscope, a vibration motor and everything else you would expect from a modern fitness band.
The Mi Band 4 associates to your smartphone through Bluetooth 5.0 and can use its GPS during training courses to record your route. There is a version with NFC (optional) for payments from your wrist, however, we do not yet know if it will be perfect withGoogle Pay or different options in Europe.
On the back of the fitness tracker, there are 2 pins for charging by means of an external charger. The 135mAh battery guarantees 15-20 days of battery life. The real star of the show, in any case, is the new 0.95-inch AMOLED color display, another expansion that will please those who definitely know the item and that will persuade more and more people to continue with a purchase.
Xiaomi Mi Band 4: Technical specs
|Display||AMOLED a color, 0,95″, 120×240 pixel, touch|
|Battery||135 mAh (15-20 days of battery life)|
|Water resistance||Yes, up to 50m|
|Other||Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, Xiao AI Voice Assistant, Gyroscope, Heart Rate Monitor, Vibration|
New software with integrated voice assistant
The Mi Band 4 additionally integrates new software highlights, including support for voice commands with the assistance of the digital assistant, Xiao AI (only accessible in China). With this assistant, you can, among different functions, control smart home gadgets compatible with the Xiaomi ecosystem. Regardless, it can be accepted that the worldwide version will have google Assistant instead of Xiao AI.
Not only that, however, the Mi Band 4 likewise has controls for music playback, so you don’t need to take your smartphone out of your pocket to change songs. There are likewise weather forecasts, the likelihood to read notifications and a heap of new and colorful watch faces and dials.
Price and release date
The Mi Band 4 is accessible for buy in China in blue, black, beige, red and orange colors at the cost of 169 yuan (about $25) for the standard version and 199 yuan (about $28) for the NFC variant. Likewise presented for the Chinese market was an Avengers version which prices 349 yuan (about $50). it’s the equivalent to the NFC version, however, with a great deal of aesthetic customization.
In Europe, costs and dates have not yet been officially reported but rather the Mi Band 4 page is already live on Xiaomi’s UK website, in spite of the fact that you can’t order it yet. Sales begin today in China, so we shouldn’t have to hold up too long.
What do you think about Xiaomi’s new activity tracker? Will it be another success?