The leaked price of Redmi Smart Band Pro suggest it could be priced at Rs 2,999. So might target other budget-centric fitness wearables
Xiaomi will be launching a slew of products on February 9. So far we are expecting the Redmi Note 11, Redmi Note 11S, Redmi Smart TV X43, and Redmi Smart Band Pro to be the highlights of this event. Now though, it looks like we may have some added information about one of these devices, namely the Redmi Smart Band Pro. Xiaomi Central claims the Smart Band Pro would cost ₹2,999 in India. The company has already pretty much confirmed the arrival of this fitness band with an “Always on Fitness” mantra through its social channels. Since the device is already available in the neighboring market, we have a fair idea of what to expect.
However, it should be noted that this might be an introductory price and the final price might change. Nonetheless, if priced at the sub-3K point, it would be up gainst some major competion the budget category that would include devices from Realme, Amazfit, and even Xiaomi.
Redmi Smart Band Pro Specs and Features (Chinese Variant)
The Redmi Smart Band Pro in China has got a rectangle dial with a 1.47-inch AMOLED touch screen with 194x368p resolution, 282 PPI pixel density, 100% of NTSC color coverage, and 450 nits of brightness. It has an always-on mode as well as 50+ band faces for customization.
And since we are talking of numbers, know that the band also features 110+ fitness modes. This includes 15 professional modes, automatic detection for treadmill, outdoor running, and outdoor walking. It is equipped with medical trackers for 24-hour heart rate monitoring, SpO₂ count, sleep quality, stress level, and female mensural cycle. For alleviating stress, you also get a deep breath exercise option.
This data could be synced and analyzed via your smartphones. Now, among the list of things, there are things like typical watch facilities, smartphone sync, water protection up to 5ATM (50 meters), a PPG heart rate sensor, a light sensor, a 3-axis accelerometer, 3-axis gyroscope, and a 6-axis sensor (for better power efficiency).
Speaking of power, a 200mAh battery keeps the band ticking. Redmi claims up to 14-days of battery runtime.