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Xiaomi Mi Band HRX Edition launched in India at Rs. 1299

Xiaomi Mi Band HRX Edition launched in India at Rs. 1299

Xiaomi in partnership with Hritik Roshan owned HRX brand launched it's next fitness band called the Mi Band HRX Editon. The new Mi Band HRX Edition will be launched in India on September 18 on Mi.com and the exclusive Mi Home offline stores in India and will be sold through Flipkart, Amazon and Myntra from September 20 just before these e-commerce marketplaces start their festive sale. The HRX Edition is an adaptation of Xiaomi's successful Mi Band 2 for its Indian Mi fans.

"There's a 0.42" of OLED display with scratch resistant screen. If you are a Mi Community member and have garnered enough Mi Tokens you can redeem them for an early access F-Code which will let you buy the Mi Band - HRX Edition from today. It has a pedometer, monitors fitness and tracks sleep. The device offers better tracking algorithm for more accurate monitoring of activities and improved battery life.

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The new Mi band HRX Edition is compatible with both operating systems Google Android (Android 4.4 or above) and Apple iOS (Apple iOS 7.0 or above). Now, the new Mi Band HRX edition will be available from September 18 at price of Rs. 1,299. Moreover, the Chinese company has got Hrithik Roshan to promote the Mi Band - HRX Edition as the renowned actor is the founder of HRX. We are not sure if it uses the same battery as the Mi Band 2 as the technical specifications link on the product page is blank. Priced at Rs 1,999, the Mi Band 2 also comes with an IP67 certification for dust and water resistance. "With Indians becoming more fitness conscious with each passing day, Indian fitness category is at an extremely dynamic stage, and we believe the partnership between HRX and Xiaomi for Mi Band HRX Edition makes it a flawless fitness device for all", said Manu Jain, Vice President and Managing Director, Xiaomi India.

Jain said while supply and availability of Mi bands has been an issue in India since the company has been under-estimating demand, Xiaomi will this time ensure proper and adequate availability so that the new product is available throughout the year.