D.he Xiaomi Mi Band 4 is available from August 17th, 2020 at Aldi Nord and at Aldi Süd available. While the branches in the south call for € 24.99 instead of € 49.95, the bracelet in northern Germany costs € 24.24 instead of € 39.99. Despite the great offer: Aldi does not unpack the absolute hammer price with this campaign. Other retailers offer the Xiaomi Mi Band 4 loudly idealo.de for 23.99 euros, but shipping costs are on top. You can currently get the tracker at the cheapest price from the retail chain Real for 24 euros including shipping. Either way: The prices seem attractive for a fitness tracker with a color display. But is it really worth it? COMPUTER BILD sent the tape to the test and says what is possible with it.
Equipment of the fitness tracker
Typical of a fitness tracker, the Xiaomi Mi Band 4 offers important basic functions: It measures the heart rate precisely and, thanks to its waterproof housing, can withstand swimming training. The battery life is outstanding with up to 20 days, the color screen sharp. Elsewhere, users make compromises, because the usability of the tape and app is not always intuitive, the tracker does not offer a comprehensive fitness analysis, and its material looks cheap. After all: the wristband can be changed and the tracker can be removed. Overall, the performance of the band is satisfactory (grade 3.3) ?? the Xiaomi Mi Band 4 delivers a decent performance for a simple, inexpensive bracelet. In a separate article on the Test of the Xiaomi Mi Band 4 you will find out the results in detail.
Which Mi-Band would you like?
The Xiaomi Mi Band 4 was the first Xiaomi band with a color display. Volume 4 also offers more smart functions than previous models like that Xiaomi Mi Band 3: This includes a weather indicator and the ability to remotely control music playback on the smartphone. Attention: Customers need a compatible smartphone with at least Android 4.4 or iOS 9.0 and the Mi Fit app, otherwise the band cannot be used. However, the latest Xiaomi Mi Band 5 has also been available in Germany since the beginning of August 2020. Although this offers technical innovations such as a cycle tracker and additional sports, it costs more than ten euros more than the current Aldi offer.