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With this new My Band 4 you will be able to make mobile payments, but probably not be able to use them in your country, now explain why. This is what we have been able to know thanks to a new advertising poster that has posted the brand itself, probably the last of them, taking into account that the presentation of this bracelet activity is tomorrow.
The Xiaomi Mi Band 4 would accept payments, but without NFC
Still not sure what we are going to count, but seeing the image that you have posted Xiaomi, we do not miss anything. The users ask for a wristband with NFC to be able to pay in the different local that accept payment cards with contactless. The problem is that that is not the system of mobile payment standard in China. There, the most popular method is the QR codes, where to charge, in a store, they just have to scan your code with a reader and you’re done.
Taking into account that the screen of this Xiaomi Mi Band 4 is larger and will feature more resolution, Xiaomi has enabled this system of payments for the bracelet that tomorrow will, as he has shown us in the last promotional poster. What we still do not know is if this feature will make My Band 4 leave the NFC , or whether they will be able to work together, which in our opinion, would be ideal.
In the case that the Xiaomi Mi Band 4 is sold globally with NFC, you’ll be able to use it to pay at various establishments instead of having to pull out your phone (even if different applications would have to enable its use for this purpose). Not to be so, the possibility of making mobile payments would be limited to those countries where it is carried out by QR codes, and at least in Spain, is something that directly is not used in any place.
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