YuFit Vs Mi Band

Although wearable tech has been available in the market for quite some time, it is yet to grab attention of the common public. However, Xiaomi has managed to lure customers with its low-priced Mi Band in the country. The company has made sure that everyone gets to try a fitness band.

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Launched alongside Mi Band, Yu’s YuFit can be seen as the perfect neck-to-neck product to compete with in the country. Both the devices are priced at Rs.999. So now let’s compare the two and check which is worth trying.

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Same price but Mi edges Yu

Yes, it might be tough to contend that for Rs 999 there’s too many you can get these days, specifically if you’re looking for a wearable band. And even though there’s much to heighten Yu for its YuFit, it’s easy to see why Mi Band signifies the hallmark of value. It has been made with thorough design engineering, a lot of thought-process and packed with durable features.

Display has Yu OLED-powered than Mi

If Xiaomi has got the label for having most-low-priced fitness band, then Yu takes glories of reasonable fitness band with OLED display. The screen makes a big difference. Whenever you have to check your progress you can see it on the screen rather than seeing it on your phone every time.

YuFit is an organiser of small things

While Xiaomi can boast of the hardware side of Mi Band, YuFit has been conferred with feature like Healthifyme. Also, the Mi band app (Mi fit) is no equal to the Yu fit’s Healthify Me App.

The Healthify Me App can tally your diet, monitor your weight and keep track of calories burnt. It lets you to get access to a team of fitness experts, offering programs intended explicitly to your schedule and budget.

Which one will last longer?

Based on your usage, YuFit will contiue for 5 to 7 days whereas the absence of a display unit on Mi Band permits it to last for atleast 20 to 25 days on a single charge. Also, neither of the two is the most exact wearable to be used, but still Mi Band is positively more precise.

Xiaomi Mi Band is no boloney because of its durability while YuFit comes with an additional display and some feature you may or may not need at sporadic situations. Both are water resistant (you can wear them when it’s raining outside or while taking a shower, but do not have it on while you are swimming). Plus both can track your sleep and both comprise of ovular sensor module. If you purely want to track your fitness, you can go with Mi Band. However if you are eager to take professional supervision you should consider YuFit. You can also try the free 7 days trial from HealthifyMe to help you decide.

So, which one would you go for – Mi Band or wait for YuFit?

Picture courtesy – phonearena.com and ytimg.com


by techtalks @TechTalks April 15, 2016 5:13 AM UTC

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