Xiaomi is hosting an event ‘Smarter Living 2020′ in India on September 17, where the company is going to launch Mi smart home products. At the event, the company will introduce its new Mi Smart LED TV.Now in a new development, Xiaomi Global VP and India MD, Manu Kumar Jain, has posted the teaser on its official twitter account hinting towards the likely launch of Mi Band 4 on September 17 alongside other products.
In another teaser today,Manu Kumar Jain revealed that Xiamoi will launch a smart TV in India on September 17th andclaims that it willbe the biggest and best Mi TV in India yet. The Tweet also reveals that the upcoming Smart TV will come with 65-inch screen. The Tweet reads “Mi fans, I can’t wait to unveil the gorgeous new #MiTV from @MiTVIndia! The biggest & best Mi TV in India yet. RT with #MiTV & #SmarterLiving & tell me why do you love India’s No. 1 smart TV brand. ’65’,000 RTs & I will reveal it before the launch”.
To recall, Mi Band 4 was launched in China in the month of June this year and it comes in two variants. The standard variant (without NFC) is priced at 169 Yuan, while the NFC variant is priced at Yuan 229. The Band 4 comes in five different colours option graphite black, thermal orange, deep blue, burgundy, and lotus powder.
The Band 4 features a 0.95-inch colour AMOLED (240×120 pixels) display with 2.5D scratch-resistant glass panel and comes packed with a bigger 135 mAh battery in comparison to its predecessor bands. The battery of standard version claims to last about 20 days, while the NFC version claims to lasts about 15 days on a single charge. The band 4 supports Xiao AI, the personal assistant and also comes with the support to Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity.
The Mi Band 4 features a built-in 6-axis high-precision sensor and heart rate warning function as well. The Band vibrates to remind the user when the heart rate is too high and also supports sedentary reminders. Moreover, the band 4 is water-resistant to 5 atmospheres, or about 80 PSI, supports swimming, outdoor running, indoor running, walking, exercising, riding six sports modes, supports voice commands and supports 77 full-colour dial themes.