The Xiaomi Mi Band 4C is already official, And Xiaomi has finally presented one of the variants of its popular Xiaomi Mi Band 4 last year, which, like every year, has been a complete success in sales, and one of the most recommended devices on the market.
Now the new Xiaomi Mi Band 4C is now official, and has come to complement Xiaomi’s wearable offering, accompanying the Xiaomi Mi Band 4 and the Xiaomi Mi Band 5, which is the latest model in this series of devices that users like so much. Although, this time, Xiaomi has not presented a totally new device, let’s take a look!
This is the Xiaomi Mi Band 4C
Xiaomi has just introduced the Xiaomi Mi Band 4C, a cheaper model complementary to its Mi Band 4, but that is not a new device as such. And it is that, as Xiaomi does with other of its products, it is a Redmi Band that They have changed the name to fit in another way in their catalog.
|screen||1.08 inch TFT|
|Features||Sleep measurement, activity measurement, different sport modes, notifications|
|belt||Interchangeable and silicone|
|Battery||130 mAh, up to 14 days of uninterrupted use|
|Colors||Green, blue, red, black|
|Load||Via USB integrated in the bracelet, about 2 hours|
|Starting price||Around 18 euros to change|
This Redmi Band, now called Xiaomi Mi Band 4C hardly changes the benefits, and offers a TFT LCD panel –no OLED– of 1.08 inch at 220 x 128 pixel resolution It has a maximum brightness of 200 nits, which is going to look decent, even when we are in sunlight.
As is normal in wearables of this type, the Xiaomi Mi Band 4C has resistance to water and dust IP68, which allows you to submerge it up to 50 meters, so you will be able to take it to the pool or to the beach without any type of problem or fear of getting wet.
Its design, as you can see in the images is flatter and rectangular than that of the usual Xiaomi Mi Band, and you may like this more, or quite the contrary. But if there is something that is useful about this design is that you don’t need anything to charge the bracelet, since it has an integrated USB that you can connect directly to a charging port.
Finally, we are facing a device that comes for a cheaper price than that of the Xiaomi Mi Band 5, since the change costs around 18 euros, a fairly affordable price that, as usually happens, may rise if the device arrives in Spain. Although the truth is that with the Xiaomi Mi Band 4 at a similar price, we are not very clear to what extent it is worth buying the Redmi Band.
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