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Xiaomi Mi TV Stick and Mi Smart Band 5 launching on July 15 at €39.99 apiece as Camera Shutter Control enabled for budget fitness tracker

The Mi Smart Band 5 and Mi TV Stick will both retail for €39.99 (~US$45), Xiaomi has confirmed. (Image source: Xiaomi)
The Mi Smart Band 5 and Mi TV Stick will both retail for €39.99 (~US$45), Xiaomi has confirmed. (Image source: Xiaomi)
Xiaomi has confirmed that the Mi Smart Band 5 and Mi TV Stick will both retail for €39.99 (~US$45). The company has also teased that the two devices will be launched on July 15. Xiaomi has enabled Camera Shutter Control for the Mi Smart Band 5 too.
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Xiaomi is planning to launch several new products on July 15, at least for German-speaking audiences at any rate. The launch of a new scooter is on the cards according to the picture below, as is what looks like the Mi Smart Band 5 and Mi TV Stick. The image suggests that Xiaomi is planning to release a fourth device too, but we cannot quite work out what this is. It may well be a new smartphone or possibly a smart speaker of some sort. Regardless, we shall learn more next week from 14:00 CEST.

In the meantime, Mi Store Portugal has published its listings for the Mi Smart Band 5 and the Mi TV Stick. Both are priced at €39.99 (~US$45), although the 4K model of the latter is expected to retail for a fair amount more. The website has also uploaded specifications for both devices, which you can view the links below.

As previous rumours have suggested, the Mi TV Stick will launch running Android TV 9.0 and with 8 GB of storage. Similarly, the listing for the Mi Smart Band 5 makes no mention of NFC, Alexa integration or a SpO2 sensor as we have previously discussed. Xiaomi has just enabled Camera Shutter Control for the fitness tracker though, which we would expect to also be coming to the global model.

(Image source: Xiaomi)

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Alex Alderson, 2020-07- 8 (Update: 2020-07- 8)