Last week the Chinese smartphone company Xiaomi announced that later this year the company will launch Mi Band 5 in the market and is being jointly developed by Huami. There has been a lot of rumours being churned out by rumour mills. Now the first alleged renders of the smart band have surfaced on the web and will come with upgraded features as well as with a bigger display than its predecessor Mi Band 4. To recall Mi Band 4 was launched last year in 2019.
Mi Band 5 alleged live images have been leaked on the web to give us the first glimpse of the upcoming smart band being jointly developed by Xiaomi and Huami. The images were first spotted by Gizchina and the device is said to come with a substantial upgrade than its Mi Band 4. To give it a new look the company has given the Band 5 an oval display with a punch-hole design. Surprisingly the device will be featuring a camera housed inside a hole-punch display.
The publisher said, “it seems to be too large considering the small display, so it could really be something else or perhaps a totally fake set of photos.” By looking at the images the smart band is seen with a grey coloured strap and might be available in more colour options. Whereas come reports claim that the Mi Band 5 will feature a colour AMOLED panel with brighter with better contrast for comfortable reading even under the direct sunlight.
The previous reports and rumours around Xiaomi wearable suggest that it will get NFC support to all its variants. This feature is available to all the existing Chinese variants of Mi Band. A report appeared in October last year also suggested the same feature to come to Mi Band 5. Moreover, the report also revealed that the Band is going to feature a 1.2-inch screen a bit larger than the current Mi Band 4 models. The device is likely to support multiple payment options such as Google Pay, and many more. This time the all NFC support will not be limited to the Chinese variant. It will support contactless payments, work pass and can be used as a bus card also.
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