Xiaomi’s budget sub-brand Redmi has never released a smartwatch, and its first entry turns out being what you’d anticipate: a pretty uninspiring design at a pretty appealing cost. The Redmi Watch just dispatched in China for 299 yuan, or about $45.
The watch has a 1.4-inch rectangular showcase with bended glass, and it comes in dark, white, and blue shading variants. The silicone lash is accessible in black, white, blue, green, and pink. There’s a single button on the watch, with all that else being taken care of by the touchscreen or the Mi Fit application on a matched cell phone.
Different specs incorporate NFC, Bluetooth 5.0, a heart rate monitor, and waterproofing up to 50m. Xiaomi claims that battery life will be useful for as long as 7 days, or 12 days on the off chance that you utilize a power-saving mode.
The UI and watch faces utilize black backgrounds, much the same as the Apple Watch, however at this value you can’t expect an OLED display.
The watch will go sale in China on December first, yet it might come to different business sectors — incorporating the US — in a somewhat changed structure. XDA Developers as of late uncovered a FCC listing for an apparently close identical watch called the Mi Watch Lite, which actually hasn’t been delivered.
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