Xiaomi has announced the launch of the NFC model of the Mi Band 4 smart bracelet in new markets outside the Chinese,
as it is available on the European market and Russia market soon.
it introduced the NFC model from the Mi Band 4 smart bracelet during the last period exclusively in the Chinese market, and now it is launched in other markets with support for Mastercard cards, provided that it requires adding the user map in the Mi Fit application and then locating the user.
Xiaomi launches Mi Band 4
The NFC model from the Mi Band 4 smart bracelet also supports Visa, Google Pay, and PayPal. MasterCard PayPass is also available in the markets of Germany, Italy, Poland, Switzerland, Turkey, the United Kingdom, as well as France, and an NFC model is available from The Mi Band 4 smart bracelet on June 16 in Russia market, at $ 58.
MI BAND 4 smart bracelet specifications
0.95-inch AMOLED screen, 120-by-240-pixel resolution, with 24bit colors and support for on-screen touch, as well as 400 nits brightness, and includes scratch-resistant 2.5D curved glass.
Supports step monitoring, heart rate, user activity, with the weather, display app and call notifications, and music control feature.
Includes a heart rate sensor.
The screen supports tracking sleep status with alerts.
Accelerometer, with 22.1g light design.
Water-resistance at 50 meters.
Bluetooth 5.0 LE support.
135 mAh battery for up to 20 days of charging life.
It is reported that Xiaomi is preparing to launch the new version of the Mi Band 5 smart bracelet at a conference on June 11, which comes in a larger size in the 1.2-inch screen, with a “plug-in” design.
None of Xiaomi’s Mi Band devices have ever been the most well-designed pieces of tech, but the Mi Band 4 is an improvement. It’s still one of the more generic-looking fitness trackers out there with its simple black band and unassuming case, but the improved display saves the Mi Band 4’s design in my opinion.
It’s a 0.95-inch RGB AMOLED display this time around — a big step up from the Mi Band 3’s smaller black-and-white display. The 120 by 240-pixel density is sharp and the 400-nit brightness means it’s easy to see in direct sunlight. It’s a touchscreen display, so you’ll do most of your on-device navigation through taps and swipes. Swipe up or down to select different modes or settings, swipe left or right from the watch face to access music controls, or swipe right to go back from a different screen. You can also tap the capacitive button underneath the display to go back. Easy.
Mi Band 4
The fitness tracker case easily detaches from the silicone band if you’d like to swap it out for another band. And don’t worry, there are already plenty of third-party Mi Band 4 bands available on Amazon. The Mi Band 4 case is compatible with Mi Band 3 bands, too.
The good news is you won’t have to charge the Mi Band 4 very often at all. With normal use, Xiaomi says the 135mAh battery will last about 20 days on a single charge. I haven’t been using mine for 20 days, but I can tell you the battery is pretty great so far. I’m currently sitting at a 70% charge after a full charge last Friday, and that’s after three long runs and the heart rate sensor being on in 10-minute intervals.