After the Chinese presentation, we took a closer look at the Xiaomi Mi Watch, the first smartwatch of this brand.
It seems like it's a tiny smartphone on a wrist, which resembles the famous Apple rival.
What Xiaomi offers?
The Display and Components
Mi Watch has an AMOLED-display with 1.78" diagonal and 326 ppi pixel density.
The rounded glass on the screen and aluminium on the back and the controlling wheel.
Straps are made of anti-allergenic rubber and easily removable. User can change the color of the kit in a couple of minutes.
Creators mark that the watch is waterproof.
Inside Mi smartwatch, there is a Snapdragon Wear 3100 processor with 4 cores, clocked up to 1.2 GHz. RAM – 1 GB and Storage – 8 GB.
NFC payments and eSIM technology with GPS and Bluetooth 4.2 function make it more than an accessory.
Battery capacity is 570 mAh can work for 36 hours, quite a high factor on the market.
Software and Apps
Google's Wear OS platform powers Mi Watch and the pre-installed MIUI for adapted for Xiaomi Watch. Thus, there is a Xiaomi app store with 40+ built-in apps for the smartwatch.
Plus, the bunch of applications, such as music player and FM radio, video player, real-time activity monitoring program, travel apps, and so on.
Also, there is a system for quick typing on the screen.
Voice Assistant XiaoAI (which is relevant only for the people of China by now.)
Owners can monitor its health measures, especially during workouts, through displaying heart rate, blood oxygen saturation, sleep controlling, swim tracking, and energy expenditure.
Versions and Cost of Mi Watch
The classic Xiaomi Mi Watch in stores on November 11 for $185.
The premium one Mi Watch Privilege Edition will be more expensive - $285 (the expected release in December).
Obviously, Xiaomi is going to impress users with its smart newbie.