While Xiaomi pretty much amazed all of its Indian fans by launching the Mi band for just Rs. 999, it seems that the Chinese giant has something extra to put on your plates. As announced during the global launch event, the company will be selling first 1,000 units of its Mi Band for just Re.1, registrations for which start at 2P.M. tomorrow.
Launched on 22 July 2014, the Mi band is powered by Google’s Android 4.4 OS. The smartband features an extremely power efficient accelerometer, with Built-in rechargeable battery that Xiaomi claims, has a standby time of over 30 days.
The device is a complete fitness tracker, as you would expect from a smartband. It literally keeps track of every step you take, along with your sleeping patterns. It records daily movement data- the number of steps you’ve taken and the calories you’ve burnt. You don’t need to worry about it coming in contact with water- it is water proof, certified by an IP67 Standard.
We had earlier reviewed the Mi band on a comprehensive basis, and had repeatedly stressed on the band’s affordability. We bet the specifications would definitely dumbstruck you.
It’s a decent product with such a ridiculously low price tag and a possession of all those features that a high cost fitness band would offer.
To avail the offer, visit www.mi.com and simply register yourself, with the registrations starting from 2 PM. Add the device to your shopping cart and if you happen to be one of those lucky 1000, your bill will automatically be adjusted.