The Xiaomi Mi Band 4 is arriving on June 11
Xiaomi sells practically every tech product possible in China, including appliances, TVs, and home networking equipment. The company is expanding into other markets too, where it is best known for its smartphones like its Redmi, Mi and Pocophone series. It also sells smart devices like the Mi LED Smart Bulb and the Mi Band 3, the latter of which retails for just £26.99 (~US$34).
Its successor, the Mi Band 4, has been leaked extensively in the last few weeks. Just yesterday, we reported on real-life images that appeared on Weibo. Now, Xiaomi has published a teaser on the popular social media site that confirms the leaked images of the Mi Band 4 and the date of its official unveiling.
Xiaomi will announce the Mi Band 4 in China on June 11 at a product launch conference. The company will also live broadcast the event, although there is no word yet on how to view it. The Mi Band 4 is expected to come in two variants, one of which will feature NFC. The latter may cost approximately US$72, with the cheaper variant costing between US$28 and US$43. Both versions, if Xiaomi releases two, will come with a colour OLED display and with what is rumoured to be a 135 mAh battery.