The model number of the device is XMSH10HM, which suggests that it might be the Mi Band 5, given that the Mi Band 4 and Mi Band 3 passed the NCC with model numbers XMSH07HM and XMSH05HM, respectively.
According to IndiaShopps, the Mi band 5 will have a 1.2-inch screen display. In the Mi band, the screen size was 0.95-inch. Mi Band 4 was launch the previous year and costs rupees 2,299. Not much information and specification is available right now about the new Mi Band 5. The new Mi Band 5 will have a colored AMOLED display, music controls, and of course, improved activity tracking.
Meanwhile, Xiaomi is apparently also looking to rebrand the first-generation Redmi Brand as the Mi Band 4C for the global markets. According to reports, a hitherto device calling the Mi Band 4C is recently spot on the website of Indonesia Telecom with model number HMSH01GE, which is also the exact same model number of the Redmi brand.
Interestingly, the Redmi is receiving BIS certification in India, suggesting that it might be launch in the country sooner rather than later. While we don’t know how it will be pricing here, it was launch with a 100 yuan (around Rs. 1,070) price-tag in China, which means it might be position in the same segment as the Realme Brand that was launch earlier this year in India for Rs. 1,499. Redmi Band also boasts an LCD display, so it does make sense for Xiaomi to undercut its arch-nemesis and offer a great budget fitness tracker to the masses.