Redmi to Launch Its First Wearable Redmi Band on April 3

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Xiaomi’s sub-brand Redmi is all set to launch its first-ever smart wearable device on Friday. The company itself made this announcement via its official account on the Chinese micro-blogging site, Weibo. Although the name of this wearable is still not announced by the company, looking at the tracking record of Redmi, it is speculated that this device will be called Redmi Band.

With the announcement of the launch date, the company also posted an image of the Redmi Band giving us the first look of it as how it will look like. As from the image posted on Weibo, we can notice the red color-strap of Redmi’s upcoming smart wearable. The rest of the details is still a mystery for us. However, if we consider the company’s track record with Mi Bands, we can expect some features of Redmi Band. 

As we can expect, the upcoming Redmi Band might come with a color AMOLED touchscreen display, tracking features, water-resistant up to 50 meters, music and volume control, etc. However, we will get confirmation over all these features tomorrow when the company will launch it officially. 

Meanwhile, the parent company is gearing up to launch its rumored Mi Band 5 which is expected to debut tomorrow itself at Xiaomi’s Smart Inn Mi Fan Festival. Aa speculated earlier, the Mi Band 5 can debut with a 1.2-inch color AMOLED display along with NFC support.

Coming back to the Redmi band, Redmi mentioned in its post that the launch event of Redmi Band will start from 2 PM local time (11:30 AM IST). Well, the upcoming Redmi Band can give a tough fight to bands of its rival brands such as Realme and Honor. 

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