Redmi Smart Band Pro and Redmi Watch 2 Lite were officially unveiled globally last month at a launch event in China. Now the band will probably go on sale in Europe in the following weeks for €59 (roughly Rs. 5,000). Thus, as per the latest leak by tipster Mukul Sharma, the brand could soon launch the Redmi Smart Band Pro in India.
While there is no official date yet, there is a probability that the band can launch with Redmi Note 11T 5G on November 30,2021. The Pro version is the successor to the original Redmi Smart Band from last year. Further, it will be a primary competitor to the Huawei Watch Fit and Samsung Galaxy Fit wearables.
Redmi Smart Band Pro Specifications
Taking about the specifications, the smart band features a 1.47-inch (194×368 pixels) AMOLED touch display with 282-pixel density. Besides, the band comes with 100 per cent NTSC colour gamut coverage, 8-bit colour depth, and up to 450 nits of peak brightness. The smart band is compatible with all handsets running Android 6.0 or iOS 10.0.
Redmi Smart Band Pro also has a six-axis sensor, PPG heart rate sensor, and light sensor. It has a 200mAh battery that claims to offer up to 14 days of typical usage. It is 5ATM certified for dust and water resistance, supports Bluetooth v5, and is supported by the Apollo 3.5 processor.
The band also supports heart rate monitoring, SpO2 monitoring, and sleep quality tracking and more. Redmi Smart Band automatically recognises three fitness modes — treadmill, outdoor running, and outdoor walking. Other specialities comprise deep breathing exercise, stress level monitoring, menstrual tracking, and more.
Lastly, the band features music control, weather forecast, notification alerts, DND, incoming call alerts, timer, alarm, and stopwatch. Redmi Smart Band Pro weighs about 15 grams and should be available at an attractive price tag in India.
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