Mi Smart Band 3i review, user review

The Chinese company Xiaomi recently announced a version of the Mi Smart Band 3i fitness bracelet, which is a kind of

budget version of Mi Band 3. Designed specifically for India, it costs 500 rupees less than the updated model. One of the users has already tested the new model and decided to share his thoughts and feedback on this accessory, to tell how it differs from the standard version.

Mi Smart Band 3i

First of all, let's outline the mainspecifications. The Mi Smart Band 3i has a 0.78-inch AMOLED touchscreen display with 110 mAh battery power. It is also waterproof, like the Mi Band 3. In terms of features, the Mi Smart Band 3i transmits notifications, messages and incoming calls from a smartphone. In terms of activity tracking, Mi Band 3i maintains basic tracking of key metrics like steps and calories. Its price in India is 1299 rupees.

Specifications

  • 0.78 inch OLED display
  • Resolution 128 x 80 pixels, 300 vit
  • The display is not color
  • Size 4.68 x 1.81 x 1.1 cm
  • Case color - black
  • Water Protection - 5ATM
  • Time to fully charge - 2.5 hours
  • 110 mAh battery

Feedback on the work

The display does its job perfectly. It is bright enough to be used in bright sunlight, as well as in the dark. The user has no way to increase brightness. There are also several setup options available on the home screen, but they are mostly limited.

The Mi Band 3i looks exactly like the Mi Band 3. The capsule's design is solid and the belts are really comfortable, but the holes in the belts didn't suit me. He was either too tight or a little loose. For daily use, it is quite lightweight and convenient.

The user interface is pretty simple andis clear. In any case, there is little you can do with the 0.78-inch display. The time and date are displayed on the main screen. Unfortunately, there is no way to always keep the watch turned on. Scrolling vertically gives you access to features like weather, notifications, a timer, steps, and more. Here, users can swipe left or right to access group settings, including reset, find the device and screen settings.

There is no heart rate monitor, step counter worksrelatively accurate. A couple of times I saw him register steps, even when I was sleeping. The sleep tracker also works automatically, and if you need detailed data, you will have to resort to using the Mi Fit application, which stores all the records.

Regarding notifications, you getnotifications of messages via Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp, etc., as much as a small screen can show. Calls can also be disconnected or rejected, but that’s all, and you can’t expect more from this budget version.

Stellar battery life, as it shouldexpect. Mi Smart Band 3i can easily last you a couple of weeks. This is one of the aspects of fitness bracelets that we like the most, and Mi Band 3i succeeds there.

Mi Smart Band 3i comes with almostall the bells and whistles that are on the standard Mi Band 3 bracelet, with the exception of the heart rate sensor. It also works like Mi Band 3. For this reason, it is a cheaper Mi Band 3. If you do not need a heart rate sensor on your fitness tracker, you can save and buy this version.