Xiaomi to launch Mi Band 4 and much more tomorrow in China

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Bhaswati Sarkar
Bhaswati Sarkar
She is a feminist pursuing a M.A. degree. She likes to lose herself in music and daydreams quite often. Travelling excites her and photography is her passion- nature is her favorite subject. Writing is cathartic for her. A happy-go-lucky kind of person, she tries to remain calm and serene through daily life.

Xiaomi has stated that the Mi Band 4, a Mijia intelligent product, will be launched in China on June 11.

The Mi Band 4 comes with a plethora of exciting new features including NFC support (one variant), payment support, larger screen, different watch faces, and more.

The screen of Band 4 is a curved OLED color display and is 39.9% bigger than that of Mi Band 3 and with fewer curvatures as compared to the Band 3.

The fitness band is said to feature support for colorful personalized or custom watch faces, as was revealed by several Mi Band 4 teaser posters where each band had a different-colored watch face.

The Mi Band 4 supposedly will run on the AI-powered Huangshang No. 1 chipset on a 135mAh battery. It is also said to have the latest Bluetooth 5.0 support.

It is expected to be available in two variants – one with NFC (near-field communication) support and the other without NFC support.

According to the teasers shared by Xiaomi in Weibo, a variant of the fitness tracker, possibly the NFC variant, will contain support for payment system.

Xiaomi has confirmed the launch of the much-awaited Mi Band 4 fitness tracker in China on June 11 at 2:00PM local time.

AliExpress has already listed the Xiaomi Band 4 for pre-order ahead of its launch.

It is expected that the Mi Band 4 will be launched soon in other regions, including India and Europe.

In the MIJIA intelligent new product launch conference, with the theme of ‘respect for our extremely loved life’, to be held on June 11 in China, Xiaomi is all set to launch, along with the Mi Band 4, six new smart home products, and another mysterious new product that supposedly can change fates.

These new smart home products are supposed to include the first smart kitchen appliances brought by Nicholas Tse, famous TV chef and food critic and also the founder of Feng Wei Holdings. Also expected are products from the Xiaomi AIoT project, and more. And, certainly, the mysterious ‘fate-changing’ new product has us intrigued.

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