Smart wearable products are very popular despite the maybe overly big expectations of the analysts and the smartbands are slowly getting more and more ground over the more conventional smartwatches. So it makes sense that one of the biggest players in the chinese market No.1 are finally planning to take a step out of their comfort zone with the upcoming Smartband F1.
The usual biggest hurdle to overcome for the smaller manufacturers is going toe-to-toe with the most successful smartband lineup in form of Xiaomi MiBands & Co. so No.1 are trying to get out of the way right at the start with a comparison video against the MiBand 2. So check it out below.
Smartband F1 will have a 230 mAh battery capacity (allegedly 100 days of standby time), IP68 certification, screen with two control points and dynamic heartrate sensor monitoring. All of the specs are on paper better than the Xiaomi counterpart so let’s wait and see for the pricing and the actual performance. Until that check out the design of the new smartband on the pictures in the article or visit the official website for more information.