Here is your first look at the sequel to one of the most popular wearable devices


Back in March, we told you that the Xiaomi Mi Band 3 fitness tracker is selling so briskly, Xiaomi was in no rush to release the sequel. One reason for the heavy demand is the wearable’s low price. Sold for $30 on Amazon, the device measures a user’s heart rate, counts the number of steps he or she has taken, monitors sleep quality and much more. But even the Mi Band 3 must step aside for a newer version with even more features. And today, spotted by DroidShout (via Tech Radar), one of the two Mi Band 4 variants received certification by Taiwan’s National Communications Commission (NCC).
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