The Xiaomi, Chinese mobile maker which dominates the mobile market there, this week announced the Mi4, Android smartphone which is called the "world's fastest" by them and starts at $320.
The price of the 5-inch smartphone is pretty amazing for these specifications: 801 Snapdragon quad-core 2.5 GHz, 3 GB RAM, up to 64GB of storage, full HD display, 3,080 mAh battery and front and rear cameras 13 and 8 MP.
But the Xiaomi is rightly known for selling top of the line appliances at very reasonable prices and at the end of the presentation, there was one more thing. Along Mi4 announcement, the company also announced a wearable: a smartband Mi Band, which cost only $13.
It follows the line of the simplest smartbands without display but with the ability to monitor their physical activity and your sleep. Also it has an alarm clock to vibrate to wake you up.
The battery is of longer duration which can make upto 30 days on a single charge, according to Xiaomi, it is resistant to dust and water, which makes it usable in any situation – a variety of colors also contributes to this . Another use is to unlock your phone, just approach it the smartband and you are good to go.
Besides all this, it is the cheapest of smartband ever made until now. So cheap that when it is released in more markets beyond China, it is possible to cause to drive other manufacturers to lower or justify their much higher prices.
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