Xiaomi Mi Band 4 would have a color display and bigger battery
By Julio Ventura 2019-06-06 324 0
The connected watches have not really succeeded in establishing themselves on the Android ecosystem. On the other hand, connected bracelets used to monitor your fitness activities are becoming increasingly popular.
One of the most popular models is the Xiaomi Mi Band, since it is one of the cheapest and most efficient. Version 4 of the device, seen on MySmartPrice, seems to want to drastically change the formula.
The Xiaomi Mi Band 4 would switch to a color display
Indeed, as can be seen on these real images found by the site on the Chinese social network Weibo, Mi Band 4 should integrate a color screen for the first time since its design. Moreover, its usually very minimalist interface now seems to be able to display much more varied elements.
It can also be seen that the traditional concave button at the bottom of the device would be replaced by a simple round capacitive icon. At the same time, it seems that the autonomy of the small device continues to improve, since the battery would increase from 110 to 135 mAh. However, nothing is certain: this increase could also be due to a screen that uses more power.
We should have some news at the next Xiaomi event scheduled for June 12 in France, on which we will obviously be present. It is also during this event that we should have all the information about the French release of the Redmi K20: so be patient again!
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