Mi Band X to launch soon with 360 degree flexible display

Mi Band X is an upcoming fitness band from Xiaomi, which is reportedly in the works. The alleged smart band can be given a 360-degree flexible display, which can be tied on the wrist. If the news is to be believed, then the strap and buckle will not be given in the wearable, there will be a magnet in it to tie it on the wrist. If the old leaks are to be believed, then the device is very similar to the Nubia α (Alpha) smartwatch from ZTE. Which was introduced by the company at the MWC held in the year 2019 with a 4-inch OLED flexible display.

Information about the alleged Mi Band X has been shared by Tipster on the Chinese microblogging site. The tipster has shown two pictures, in which one can be seen that a man is giving a presentation on this device, telling about its 360 degree display. In the second picture, we can see the transparent device tied on the hands of the person. Tipster says that the display on the wearable can be scrolled.

The concept of the Mi Band X is similar to the Nubia α (Alpha) wearable. The Nubia A (Alpha) wearable, first introduced at MWC 2019, sports a 4-inch (960×192 pixels) bendable OLED display, camera and e-SIM support. The company claims that this watch has 230 percent more screen than the standard smartwatch. Also, there are many such features in it, which are seen in Android phones.

Earlier this year, Xiaomi launched the Mi Smart Band 6 with a 1.56-inch (152 x 486 pixels) AMOLED touchscreen display. It has a 125 mAh battery, which gives a standby of up to 14 days. This band takes two hours to fully charge and it supports Bluetooth 5. It has 30 sports modes and auto-detects six activities like walking, running, indoor treadmill and cycling. Features like 24×7 blood pressure, blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) and heart rate monitoring are present in this wearable. It also has slip tracking support.

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