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Mi Band 4 not launched in India along with Redmi K20 smartphone; what's ahead?

Devdiscourse News Desk | New Delhi | Updated: 17-07-2019 20:59 IST | Created: 17-07-2019 20:04 IST
Mi Band 4 not launched in India along with Redmi K20 smartphone; what's ahead?

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has left Indian fans amazed with new Redmi K20 and K20 Pro smartphones that come with flagship-level hardware at affordable prices but some people are not happy with Mi Band 4 launch pushed back even further.

Mi Band 4 is an affordable fitness band from Xiaomi that comes with attractive features like a color display, real-time heart rate tracking, sleep tracking and much more. The band was globally launched in June and is already available in various countries around the world.

Manu Kumar Jain, MD of Xiaomi India, had announced that the Chinese tech giant will be launching 5 new products this month as it completes 5 successful years in India.

Among this list, Xiaomi India has only launched a smartphone until now so it seems that July will be a jam-packed month for the company as all the products are expected to be revealed within this month itself. Mi Band 4 is undoubtedly one of the most awaited products considering the record-breaking sales of its younger generation fitness bands and its own sales in the global markets.

Mi Band 4 will be priced very aggressively considering strong competition by Samsung Fit E Band which is available for just Rs 2,490 on Flipkart.

Mi Band 4 is expected to be priced between Rs 1,800 to Rs 2,200 in India.


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