Here is an alleged image of upcoming Xiaomi Mi Band 3, thanks to a leak on Weibo. Have a look:

Xiaomi Mi Band 3 Xiaomi Mi Band 3 to be priced at 169Yuan ($26): Leak 1 Leaks | News | Wearables


Xiaomi’s scheduled launch event in China on May 31, celebrating eight years of company’s existence appears to have loads of products up its sleeve that include Xiaomi Mi 8, Mi Band 3 and MIUI 10. Apart from these three announcements (already confirmed officially), rumours indicate one more announcement of Xiaomi Mi 8 SE which may be something like “Special Edition” in limited quantity.


Ahead of the official launch on May 31, the pricing details of Xiaomi Mi Band 3 has surfaced on Chinese social network Weibo which indicate that the next generation of Mi Band will be priced at just 169Yuan (~$26 or Rs.1800). The leak doesn’t reveal any details about the Mi Band 3 except the pricing.

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Xiaomi Mi Band 3 Price e1527530752991 Xiaomi Mi Band 3 to be priced at 169Yuan ($26): Leak 2 Leaks | News | WearablesIf this leak is indeed credible, it indicates a price increase of 20Yuan (~$3) over Xiaomi Mi Band 2. If you remember Xiaomi Mi Band 2 was priced at 149Yuan when it was officially launched in June 2017. Mi Band 2 features a heart rate sensor, which was not available in the first gen Mi band. MI Band 2 display shows the time, step count, heart rate, power, calories and other information such as notifications for SMS, Phone Calls etc. The battery life of Mi Band 2 is said to be increased by about 55% compared to first gen band and claimed to last 20 days which is impressive for a device with Bluetooth and an OLED display.

At the moment we are not sure what additional features/hardware upgrades that this new generation of Mi band will offer. As with any other leak, take this with a pinch of salt. Stay tuned at Androidpure and we will keep you updated.

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