Infinix has launched the successor to the Xband 3 called the Infinix Band 5. The company’s latest fitness tracker, has a 0.96-inch TFT-LCD display, with a resolution of 160 x 80 pixels. The Xband 3 was launched back in June of this year, with almost similar specifications. The Band 5 comes with a color screen that displays icons for different functions.
The fitness band is IP67 rated for water resistance against accidental splashes and dust. It has the feature to monitor your heart rate, as well as calorie consumption data. The waist band has a 3-axis accelerometer feature to track activity, exercise and sleep.
Infinix Band 5 Specs and Features
- 0.96-inch (160 x 80 pixels) TFT-LCD screen
- Bluetooth 4.0 to connect to devices running Android 4.4 or later and iOS 9.0 or later
- Step count, sleep tracking and calorie consumption data
- Display Time/Date, Alarm Clock, Smartphone Notifications (Call, Calendar, Text Notifications, App Alerts), Sedentary Reminder, Shake to take a picture.
- PPG Heart Rate Sensor for Heart rate tracking
- 3-axis accelerometer for activity, exercise and sleep tracking
- Water resistant (IP67)
- Up to 7 days of battery life, 22 days of standby
The Infinix Band 5 fitness tracker is both dust and water resistance. It comes with a battery capacity that is capable of lasting up to 7 days when in use, and up to 22 days of standby. The device is available in Black, Blue and Red colors and comes at a price tag of $25. That is around N9,200 (Naira) here in Nigeria.