Xiaomi founder showcased the much-awaited Mi Band 2 on stage but few details about the wearable were revealed. For the first time Xiaomi wearable features a display and is expected to reduce its dependence on a connected smartphone. Owners will now no longer need to carry their smartphones along while jogging, or carrying out other fitness activities.The iHealth box will let users measure things that a smartband cannot. These would include deeper health-related metrics like the blood pressure, heart rate and more. It packs in a 4.3-inch display and will connect via Wi-Fi.Lastly, there was also a slimmer version of the 10,000mAh Mi Power Bank that is just 12.6mm thick. The power bank features one USB Type-C port that can be used to charge the battery itself or a phone. It also includes a standard USB port along with LED power level indicator and the power button.