First of all, Chief executive officer Wang confirmed that both, the Mi Band 2 and also the Xiaomi smartwatch will debut within the next two several weeks, within Q2 2016. The main feature from the new Band version would be the small visible on board. So, it appears as though the Mi Band 2 will have the ability to show you plenty more details than its previous generation, reducing reliance upon the connected smartphone.
When it comes to cost, the brand new Band is going to be slightly costlier compared to previous generation model. In conclusion, the Mi Band 1S with heartbeat sensor sells for 99 Yuan (~$16) in China. Another essential information revealed by him could be that the latest version will abandon the “Mi” branding. It will likely be known as because the Band 2, but we do not know the precise name.