On Wednesday, the Chinese technology company Xiaomi chose to launch a number of new products. These included the training bracelet Mi Smart Band 5, the new entry-level mobile Redmi 9 and the electric scooter Mi Electric Scooter Pro 2.
The training band Mi Smart Band 5 has a 1.1-inch amoled screen with activity trackers, 11 different training modes and water resistance down to 50 meters deep. The bracelet can measure heart rate, sleep and stress as well as female health data and is charged magnetically. In standby, the battery should last for 14 days.
Mi Smart Band 5 is out now at a recommended price of SEK 449.
The new mobile series Redmi 9 is intended as an entry-level model with a low price. The more lavish model in the series – Redmi 9 – has an AI quad camera system, a 6.53 inch full hd plus “Dot Drop” screen, a Mediatek Helio G8o SoC processor and a 5020mAh battery. The mobile is available now and has a recommended price of SEK 1,890.
The cheaper Redmi 9A, which has no quad camera system and less storage and memory, will be released since August at a recommended price of SEK 1,090.
In addition, Xiaomi is also releasing an electric scooter, the Mi Electric Scooter Pro 2. The scooter can travel at a charge of up to 25 km / h and has a range of 45 km. The motor is 300W and can handle a slope of 20 percent. The loading time for the scooter is 8.5 hours and it can handle a maximum weight of 100 kg.
Mi Electric Scooter Pro 2 also has a built-in screen for speedometers, driving modes and general driving information. The scooter can also be folded and weighs 14.2 kg.