Xiaomi’s Mi Band 2 is set to get an official launch in just a few days, but it’s already popping up in online stores. The beefed-up fitness tracker was recently spotted at TinyDeal, which revealed a potential price and some details on the final hardware.
It looks like the Mi Band will cost just under $50 (up from $15 for the original Mi Bandl), which lines up with previous reports. It also packs a touch display and sensors for tracking your steps, sleep and heart rate. The device should offer a long battery life as well, but TinyDeal doesn’t reveal a specific battery size.
Xiaomi’s CEO previously said the Mi Band 2 would be unveiled in the next few days with sales starting on June 7. It’s unclear if the new wearable will officially be available outside of China, but for just $50 it should be easy enough to have one shipped from a third-party retailer if you’re dying to get your hands on the device.