Xiaomi has launched Redmi Smart Band in India marking the Redmi brand's entry into the wearable fitness category. The foray is a part of the expansion of the Redmi brand to more product categories.
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The Mi Band 5 is Xiaomi's upcoming successor to its current wearable fitness band, the Mi Band 4. Taking to Weibo, the technological giant has unveiled some of the key features of the Mi Band 5.
Xiaomi has launched its new Mi Band 3 fitness tracker in India for ₹1,999. Available in three color options - Black, Blue, and Orange -, it goes on sale from September 28 via Amazon and Mi.com.
Xiaomi may be gearing up to announce a smartwatch if the latest rumors are to be believed. Not much is known about the watch, but those who claim to have insider knowledge say it won't be cheap.
Xiaomi has recently released the latest version of their Mi Band fitness tracker range, and while it has a number of new features, it also disappoints in many areas. Check out our full review!
If you're in the market for a fitness wearable, Xiaomi is making it even more tempting, with the debut of their latest, the Mi Band 2. It offers an OLED display and is priced at $23 USD.
The first Mi Band released by Xiaomi was heads and shoulders above the competition, if not in price then by quirks like battery life. Check out our review of the Mi Band 1S to see if this still holds!
Xiaomi isn't a name you instantly associate with wearables, but they're currently trailing behind Fitbit as the world's second largest wearables vendor, beating out Samsung and Garmin.
We recently reviewed the Mi Band and found that lacking Google Fit integration was a bit of a let down, but that's all changed today with the official app updated to support the Google Fit service.
The Xiaomi Mi Band will impress you in a number of ways, if not just for the months-long battery life then for the ridiculously low $14.99 price tag. Check out our full review of the wearble!