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  • mi band Hrx edition in-depth review

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    mi band Hrx edition in-depth review
    mi band Hrx edition is a successor to mi band 2 with improved accuracy in pedometer sensor according to xiaomi and with no heart rate sensor, well the band feels awesome in hand like it's successor with hypoallergic properties, I am doing a detailed review after using it for 10 days and according to my review if heart rate sensor is not a big issue for you, than definitely go for this one as it's cheaper than any other band available right now with immense call and app notifications capabilities on the go.
    Cons: 1) xiaomi is saying that display is scratch resistance but it isn't the display scratch prone if used casually. 2) The new upgraded pedometer sensor according to xiaomi over counts the steps and other body gestures are also counted as steps most of the time. 3) For charging every time you have take out the fitness tracker out of the band which will eventually result in loosening of the band which may allow the fitness tracker to pop out of the band. 4) A fitness band which lacks the heart rate sensor now days is not really a fitness band it's rather a good notification band.

    Pros: 1) For the price point of Rs. 1299.00 /- this is the best fitness band available in the market. 2) Good Bluetooth connectivity it doesn't disconnects time to time like other band (lenovo and intex). 3) Mi fit app is awesome easy to pair for the first time and syncs the data automatically, UI is smooth. 4) Real_time notification feature is the best feature that you will enjoy specially the caller id notification. 5) The band comes with IP 67 rating so you don't have to worry about water while using it, not even if you are swimming. 6) The band has hypo allergic properties so if your skin is sensitive you don have to worry about it. 7) The band comes with in_build 70 mAh battery which will definitely last you for more than 23 days as the band itself lacks the heart rate sensor and it takes 1 & 1/2 hrs to fully charge it.

    Final verdict: If you doesn't really care about the heart rate sensor in a fitness band than just go for it, you will definitely like it for sure. Show less
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