It looks like Xiaomi's getting ready to unveil the Mi Band 2. CEO Lei Jun teased the wearable at a conference in China, revealing an LCD display and physical buttons.
The display on the Mi Band 2 will likely cycle through daily steps taken, BPM, and the time, with the physical button allowing users to toggle through different modes. The image shows that the Mi Band 2 will utilize a rubber strap that's similar to the one on its predecessor.
The $15 Mi Band has been a huge success for Xiaomi, and the addition of a display in the successor is a welcome move. There's no mention of a launch date, but with the vendor set to announce the 6.4-inch Mi Max on May 10, it is likely we'll see the Mi Band 2 make its debut at the same event.