Xiaomi just launched a new wearable dubbed as the Xiaomi Mi Band 4C.
Considering its price and form-factor, the Xiaomi Mi Band 4C feels and looks like a direct competitor to the Realme Band.
It features a rectangular 1.08-inch TFT colored touchscreen with a 220 x 128 pixel resolution and can go up to 200-nits of brightness. A screen this size is enough to display your notification, different watch face styles, and animated health and activity information.
Speaking of which, there’s the standard heart rate sensor on the back that’s constantly monitoring. It can also track five different sports and activities — cycling, outdoor running, fast walking, treadmill, and excersice.
Of course, it can also track your sleep quality and has a step counter. It can notify you if you’ve been idle or sitting for too long. Music Control is also present if you don’t like taking out your phone while on the road.
The Xiaomi Mi Band 4C connects to your phone with energy-efficient Bluetooth 5.0. Xiaomi claims that its 130mAh battery can last for two weeks. The charging port is built-in on the band itself so you don’t lose it. Each charging can take around two hours.
The Xiaomi Mi Band 4C is available in Malaysia for only MYR99 or about Php1,100 when directly converted to Philippines pesos. We already spotted this device at Xiaomi’s latest brochure, so expect it to arrive locally in the coming weeks.