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Xiaomi Mi Band 4 alleged real-life images show colored display

31 May 2019 3

Xiaomi’s next Mi Band fitness tracker has been into leaks for quite some time now. The name of this wearable is unknown but going by the company’s tradition, it should be an iteration to the Mi Band 3 and hence it could be addressed as the Mi Band 4. Well moving on, much is already known about the device, it’s going to have NFC and Bluetooth 5.0 support and better features than predecessors.

The alleged Mi Band 4 key details have also been leaked and a recently leaked render shows how it could look like. The device includes a colored screen with a little larger display than its predecessor.

Now, a bunch of real-life images of the Mi Band 4 has leaked and spotted on the leaks aggregator site Slashleaks. These images predominately highlight the colored display. You would see in one of the images, the time is shown in the green color and an icon for heart rate sensor has been shown in the orange color. And, the step counter has a colorful circle in the other image out of the bunch. The listing on Slashleaks reveals nothing else but there are a few details available that complete today’s big leak.

The Mi Band 4 is also expected to offer a bigger battery in comparison to its predecessor. It will also include the support for Xiaomi’s virtual assistant, called Xiao AI. The Mi Band 4 with NFC support is expected to be priced at 499 Yuan (~$72) whereas the standard version will remain between 200-300 Yuan (~$28-$43).



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