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Xiaomi may soon launch a 360-degree flexible display fitness band, called Mi Band X – Eagles Vine

Xiaomi’s Mi Band smart band lineup is among the popular offerings from the brand. The lineup so far consists of affordable devices from the company, but if a new rumour is to be believed, we may soon see a top-end gadget in the wearables section from the Chinese consumer technology giant.
According to a rumour that has been spotted on Weibo, the Chinese microblogging site, Xiaomi’s upcoming fitness band — allegedly called Mi Band X — will feature a 360-degree flexible display that will wrap around the wrist of the person who wears it.

A tweet by Twitter user Equal Leaks posted the images of an alleged meeting of where the Mi Band X is being discussed.
The tweet mentions that the Mi Band X is set to be extremely thin and light with a magnetic bracelet buckle. The device looks to be very different from any of the regular fitness bands from Xiaomi.

There is no word from the company on the launch of the Mi Band X. Based on rumours, it is hard to say if it will be commercially available or only a concept device.
Even before the Mi Band X comes to India, the company is first expected to bring its Mi Smart Band 6 to the country.
Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 6
The Xiaomi Mi Band 6 was launched in March 2021 in the company’s home country China.
The new smartband from Xiaomi has a 1.56-inch AMOLED display of 152 x 486p resolution and 450 nits brightness. There’s a silicone strap.
The sensors in the device include a heart rate sensor, Sp02 sensor, 3-axis accelerometer and 3-axis gyroscope sensor. Buyers get support for up to 30 fitness modes along with options to track sleep, stress and menstrual health.
Backed by a 125mAh battery, Mi Smart Band 6 is said to last 14 days on a single charge. The band will work with both iOS and Android devices with the support of the Mi Wear and Mi Fit app.


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