Xiaomi has a pretty good fitness tracker in the extreme budget range – the Mi Band. But what if someone who wants a fitness tracker with a similar look to that of the watch? Well, Xiaomi has covered your need for that as well. Huami is Xiaomi’s sub-brand who has launched a new fitness tracker – the Amazfit Bip Lite in India – just at the price of Rs. 3,999.
Huami Amazfit Bip is equipped with a 1.28-inch colour touchscreen display with the support for always-on-display. This touchscreen is protected by 2.5D curved Gorilla Glass 3, which isn’t the latest out there but at least, there’s some protection. One can use this screen and scroll through notifications for calls, emails, messages and a few more compatible apps.
Despite being priced aggressively, the Huami Amazfit Bip doesn’t cut down on features. It’ll have multiple sports tracking features like running, cycling, exercises and several more.
Also, at a glance, you can view time, date, weather, calendar and sports news alongside quite a few more features. It also has built-in GPS so that you can track exercises without having the need to carry the smartphone around.
To track several other movements while exercising, the tracker is equipped with a three-axis accelerometer, barometer and a compass. This can help you with directional orientation, altitude recording and as mentioned earlier, location tracking and recording.
It also sports an optical heart rate sensor which can constantly monitor your heartrate throughout the day. You can check that data later using the Mi Fit app.
The tracker comes with a 20mm case and interchangeable straps and weight just 31 grams. This means you can let it stay on your hand during the entire day without even noticing it. It is powered by 1900mAh battery cell and Huami claims that it can last up to 45 days. It’ll be available for purchase on Amazon India, starting July 15 i.e. Prime Day.