Xiaomi Mi Band 3 With 20-Day Battery Backup Launched

Xiaomi Mi Band 3 With Curved OLED Display and 20-Day Battery Backup Launched: After shedding some ideas about the new exercise accessory, Xiaomi has unveiled the Mi Band 3 fitness wearable at its mega launch event where in fact the company also launched the flagship Mi 8 and mid-range Mi 8 SE. The Mi Band 3 brings some upgrades over its earlier model that was the Mi Band 2. The Mi Band 2 globally performed great, by grossing impressive sales physique. Now the Mi Band 3 is likely to follow the little league, because of the affordable price.

Xiaomi Mi Band 3 Features

Xiaomi Mi Band 3 With Curved OLED Display

With a standard design upgrade, Xiaomi hasn’t only notched up the surface looks of the Mi Band but also embedded a bunch of new features to the latest fitness wearable accessory. The Mi Band 3 has a great deal of gesture activities, which permit the users to easily get around through the easy and minimalistic UI that your Mi Band 3 includes. For the hardware, the Mi Band features an OLED display which really is a monochrome screen unlike a few of the rivals of the Mi Band 3, like the Lenovo HW003 Spectra. The screen of the Mi Band 3 is a curved one with a home button at the heart.

Based on the Chinese production giant, the Mi Band 3 can last for 20 days about the same full charge. Considering that the Mi Band 3 includes sensors for various pursuits like rest monitoring, step counting, heartrate monitoring plus much more, and posseses an OLED display, 20 times of performance is commendable.


For safety against water, these devices also posseses an upgraded 50 metres of drinking water resistance. The Mi Band 3 ships with a smooth silicone strap that may supposedly get this to accessory comfortable, according to the company’s statements. The color options provided by Xiaomi are Red, Navy and black Blue. However, even more colours should be expected from the business later this season.

Xiaomi Mi Band 3 Pricing

Though it sports an OLED screen and posseses an impressive UI and useful features, the Mi Band 3 remains one of the least expensive fitness wearable available for sale. These devices will at first retail for 169 Yuan (Rs 1,780), which is reasonable and somewhat more costly than its prior variant and definitely much cheaper than the hardcore fitness oriented brands like Fitbit. At this time, the band has only launched in China but is soon likely to make its way abroad. Also, a fresh version of the Mi Band 3 with NFC support for obligations will be launched in China in September for 199 Yuan (approx. Rs 2090).