Xiaomi has already confirmed that the Mi Band 4 fitness tracker will get launched in China on 11th June at 2:00 PM local time. The fitness tracker is expected to come in two variants — one with NFC support and another without the NFC support.
Now, in the latest teaser shared by the company on Chinese microblogging platform Weibo confirmed that a variant of the Mi Band 4 will come with support for payment system. This confirms the NFC variant of the fitness tracker will get launched tomorrow.
Huami CEO Wang Huang has teased that the chipset that powers the Mi Band 4 is the AI-powered Huangshang No.1 chip. Given that the official Mi Band page on Weibo has forwarded his post, it’s likely that the new Mi Band is powered by it.
The Xiaomi Mi Band 4 has been listed on AliExpress for pre-order ahead of its launch. The listing confirms the next-gen Mi Band fitness tracker will come powered by a 135mAh battery onboard.
It will also have a curved OLED color display but the curvature isn’t as pronounced was that of the Band 3. In addition, the device will have the latest Bluetooth 5.0 support. Lei Jun has revealed that the screen is about 39.9 percent bigger than that of the Band 3.
Further, the fitness band will also come with support for several colorful personalized or custom watch faces. The teaser posters of the device also show several Mi Band 4 renders, each having a different watch face.
While the Mi Band 4 is getting launched in China tomorrow, it is expected to soon get launched in other regions, including India and Europe. The shipping date of the device is not yet revealed but it should be available for purchase soon after its official announcement.