With the wearable company Fitbit being acquired by Google, another news is here for the wearable devices. The Chinese tech giant has brought another fitness band in the market. After launching Mi Band 4, the company had launched Mi Band 3i targeting budget customers and making it extremely affordable.
For now, the Mi Band 3i has been launched in India and is considered targeting all sorts of users looking for affordable accessories. Comparing with the predecessor Mi Band HRX, the display size has been increased from 1.2cm to 1.9cm, with Monochrome White AMOLED technology. The band has 0.78-inch (128×80 pixels) display with 300 nits brightness and touch support added on top.
Mi Band 3i Features
Mi Band 3i has a two pogo pin charging and takes about 2.5 hours to fully charge the device. It supports Bluetooth v4.2 connectivity and can be used with the phones with Android 4.4 and iOS 9.0 and above. The strap has been made of TPU material, and the band is 5ATM (50 meters in depth for 10 minutes) water-resistant certified.
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The major features that come with this band include vibrating alarm, message notifications, and viewing, call display/rejection, idle alert, app notifications (WhatsApp, Instagram, and others), phone locator, event reminders, and more. The band pairs with the Mi Fit app to track daily activity and sleep progress. The sports mode in the band keeps track of activities like running, cycling, walking, and treadmill. Like previous bands, Mi Band 3i also tracks data on deep sleep, light sleep. The band also offers weather forecasts for the next three days. Overall, this band is all you need for any kind of fitness activity tracking.
Mi Band 3i comes with a 110mAh Li-polymer battery which is claimed to last for up to 20 days of usage. This has been constant on other previously launched Mi Band devices as well. The band has been priced at INR 1,299 in India, which is extremely low cost for wearable devices. We can expect it to arrive in Nepal at the cost of around Rs. 2500 to Rs. 3000. However, we’ll just have to wait and see for now!