Meizu H1 Smart Band with an OLED Display Launched at 499 Yuan

by Karthik Iyer 4

Fitness trackers are becoming more and more mainstream in the market nowadays. With the launch of more affordable optios, these are readily available and are widely being used by many. Talkng about affordbale fitness bands, one can’t go wrong with the Xiaomi‘s Mi Band 2, which is the company current offering in the smart band arena. On the other hand, we also have a lot of other options as well and now Meizu has also come up with thier new variant. Yes, Meizu H1 Smart band is the company’s latest take on the smart bands and is here to compete with some of the affordable ones in the market.

This new fitness tracker from the company comes with a typical bracelet type of design which is made from a rubberized plastic. And for better accessabilty, it comes with an OLED display on the front and it is the pretty very similar to the one we saw on the Mi Band 2, coming in at 0.42-inch. Yes, you can differenciate between them because the H1 band displays info in Blue color to keep up with its company’s design theme. The Meizu H1 band comes with an IP certification for waterproof and dustproof capabilities.

Well, when you talk about the functionality of the band, you can expect it to all the basic fitnes tracker activities. It has an integrated pedometer that tracks your movement and also comes with the ability to track the duration and quality of your sleep. It also comes with a heart rate sensor at the back to keep a track of the same. Now you might think that all this comes with a hefty price right? Not exactly. This new H1 Smart Band is priced at 499 Yuan which roughly translates to about 4,920 INR. At this price, if you feel that it is pricey, then the only option which you have is the Mi Band 2 from Xiaomi.

It also comes with the same 0.42-inch OLED display on the front and has all the other specs and feature similar to this new H1 band from Meizu. And yes, you don’t have to worry about the pricing since this one from Xiaomi is priced at 149 Yuan and 1,999 INR in India. At this price it is steal and you probably will not find a better alternative in this price. You can pick one from their official website and as far as the Meizu H1 band go, it is expected to go on sale via JD.com soon. Well, you are looking for something at an even cheaper price, then check out the list of fitness bands under 500 . Stay tuned for more info on this.

Karthik Iyer

Karthik is a Computer Science Graduate and a Tech Aficionado who has always found himself fascinated or playing around with all the latest and the best from the world of smartphones and beyond. When he is not working on any smartphone or covering the latest scoop, you can often find playing his favorite PS4 titles.

  • Same specifications as Mi band 2, yet priced more than double, just because it has OLED display!!

  • Vishal Giri

    ain’t no fitness Band can compete against the price that Xiaomi Mi band 2 is available at!!

    • Arpit Porwal

      Mi Band 2 is overcounting steps, there is not point in getting a Mi Band 2. Regretting my decision. Waiting for the Fitbit Flex which I won in Phoneradar Giveaway.

  • Arpit Porwal

    Why 499 Yuans? You can easily grab a Fitbit Flex if you add a couple of thousand rs to it. I am not liking the Mi Band 2, I was travelling in car and Mi Band 2 counted almost 7K steps, there isn’t any point in getting such a fitness tracker.