Infinix Band 5 with 20-days battery life and IP67 rating launched in India at Rs 1,799

Infinix Band 5 - Feature Image

Infinix has released its latest fitness band in India Today. The Transsion holdings company has announced the launch of its new fitness-focused smart band, which is claimed to offer 20 days battery life. The Infinix Band 5 price in India starts at Rs 1,799 and it will go on sale on Flipkart starting December 3rd, midnight onwards. 

Infinix Band 5 – Features 

Band 5 is the successor to the X-Band 3, which was introduced earlier this year. Equipped with a colorful IPS display of 0.96-inch, it claims to offer eye-catch icons and fonts on its vibrant display. 

With a heart rate monitor, it can continuously track your heart rate. You can keep alerts when it crosses a defined heart rate. It will start vibrating once that number is reached. Thus, informing you of a potential health risk. 

Just like any other fitness bands in India, the Infinix Band 5 offers notifications on your wrist. It has call reminders, reject a call, SMS, and app notifications from the likes of WhatsApp, Facebook, and Instagram for starters. 

Band 5 can monitor your sleep data as well. Recording your quality sleep, it can help you understand your REM cycles. There is a feature of alarm clock shock, which is to wake you. Speaking of durability, it is IP67 rated, which means you can swim and bath with it. And the occasional hand wash won’t hurt it. 

The company claims it offers 23 days of battery life, while if you have a continuous heart rate sensor turned on, it will last up to 7 days. Weirdly it doesn’t come with a separate charging adapter but rather can be charged using any USB port. Which means no hassle of carrying separate cables for it. 

What do you guys think of the Infinix Band 5? Let us know in the comment section below.  

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