Redmi released a couple of new smart hours

Last output brand Redmi without exhaust noise, announced his new smart watches Redmi Smart Band Pro, which replaced the original Redmi Smart Band released a year ago. How can I understand from the name, the new gadget has improved characteristics and offers more functions than the original model.

The new Redmi smart watch is equipped with a 1.47-inch amoled panel with pixel density 282 PPI and peak brightness of 450 yarns. It is covered with protective tempered glass with a 2.5D effect. And the housing itself is made of polycaprolactam (fiberglass reinforced polymer), which reliably protects the filling of the device from moisture. With a clock, according to the manufacturer, you can dive into the water to a depth of 50 meters. The clock strap is made of soft silicone.

The clock equipment includes an accelerometer, a gyroscope and a pulsometer, as well as a light sensor for automatic adjustment of the display brightness, depending on how brightly indoors or on the street, where you are. Using the built-in sensors, the clock is capable of tracking more than 110 types of training and control the level of oxygen in the blood.

The Redmi Smart Band Pro clock is powered from the battery with a capacity of 200 mAh, which is charging with a magnetic cable. If you believe the manufacturer, the gadget is able to work without recharging about 14 days with a standard use scenario and up to 20 days in power saving mode.

The cost and date of the start of sales Redmi Smart Band Pro remained behind the scenes. We hope that the manufacturer will reveal this information in the coming days.

By the way, along with Redmi Smart Band Pro, the manufacturer announced Redmi Watch 2 Lite. This is a lightweight version of the original model. It is equipped with a 1.55-inch LCD display with a 360 resolution of 320 pixels and the same set of sensors as the original model. Inside the Redmi Watch 2 Lite has a battery with a capacity of 262 mAh, the charge of which is enough for 10 days of autonomous work during normal use and for 5 days with intensive use. With the GPS included, the clock is able to work for 14 hours in a row, which is impressive. Unfortunately, the cost of these hours is also unknown.