The elevator pitch for the watch is a 1.39” AMOLED display, stainless steel body, 14-day battery life and a MIUI-customized version of Wear OS. It launched at CNY 800 in China, which translates to INR 8,600 or so (not accounting for local taxes).
The Xiaomi Mi Band 5 is already available outside of China and is now preparing to make its Indian debut. Compared to the Band 4, it boasts a larger 1.1” display and a more convenient magnetic charger. You can read our review
As for price, the current Mi Band 4 costs INR 2,300, so the new model should cost about the same. One thing that’s not clear is whether the band will have NFC – a feature typically reserved for the Chinese models.
Unfortunately, there’s no clue as to when exactly the two wearables will launch in India.