Apart from the much awaited Mi Max, Xiaomi has launched two new accessories. One is iHealth priced atCNY 399(approximately Rs 4,000) which is a health-oriented accessory and a slim10,000mAh Mi Power Bank priced at CNY 149 (approximately Rs 1,500).
Unfortunately we don’t know much about the devices because at the present moment the company is entirely focused on the launch of the Mi Max phablet.
The significant feature of iHealth box is that it’ll let you measure things that are not possible. The device helps users measure deeper health-related metrics like heart rate, blood pressure among other things. It features a 4.3-inch display and even connects to Wi-Fi.
The10,000mAh Mi Power Bank is an extremely slim device and is only12.6mm thick. It features a USB Type-C port that can beused to charge both the phone as well as the battery itself. The power bank features a standard USB port along with LED power level indicator as well as a power button.
It worth noting that the most anticipatedXiaomi Mi Band 2 launch has been delayed. After a number of leaks and rumours, Xiaomi CEO Jun Lei had revealed the successor of Mi Band – the Mi Band 2. The devicewas unveiled along with Mi Max and two other accessories including the iHealth box and a 10,000mAh Mi Power Bank. Mi Band isXiaomi’s first wearable fitness tracker. The Mi Band 2 features a button on the front of the smartwatch and from what we’ve heard, the device is going to be less dependant on the smartwatch. At least compared to its predecessor, the wearable is going to work much more independent.
Expectations were that the wearable smartwatch will be launched May but according to a report by Android headlines, the launch has been delayed to early June.