Xiaomi have separate fan-base in India for their products. They always try to come with something new, unique and cheap as much as possible. That’s the reason behind today Xiaomi is so successful in India.
Huami well-known brand for wearable technology and also works in close partnership with Xiaomi as it is also backed by Xiaomi, but it also retains flexibility to launch its own set of wearables under the Amazfit brand.
There are a few key takeaways from Mr. Cui’s statements. One — while smartwatches may not have found as much success with consumers, smart fitness trackers like the Xiaomi Mi Band and its successors and competitors have seen enough demand to justify the launches of newer generations of the same. Huami grew its revenues by 78% in 2018, primarily through strong sales of Xiaomi’s Mi Band and Huami’s Amazfit smartbands. Xiaomi has been adding in new technologies and features with every new generation of its fitness trackers, and the Mi Band 4 is expected to follow the same trend. However, what exactly this would entail is guesswork at this stage, ranging anywhere from a color display to ECG features.
Now Mi band 3 is not much popular but those people who use Mi bands from last two-three years, they will definitely go through band 4. Mi band 4 expected to launch in April this year with new design and features.