Xiaomi is all set to launch another smartwatch, named Mi Watch Lite, the device is making rounds of news for the past few months. Mi Watch Lite has already passed FCC certification in China, and now it is expected to hit the market shelves, the device is also expected to be a rebranded version of the Redmi Watch, according to the sources.
Sources have now revealed that the Mi Watch Lite will be silently launched tomorrow, i.e. on 10th December. As for the pricing, the smartwatch will be priced under $60 but is likely to be around $50.
In terms of specifications, we expect the company to retain almost the same set of specs as the recently launched Redmi Watch. However, it remains to be seen if the upcoming Mi Watch Lite also supports NFC connectivity.
To recall, the Redmi Watch features a 1.4-inch square display with 2.5D curved glass that offers a pixel density of 323PPI. It comes with support for more than 20 custom dials, including classic simplicity, cool IP, independent design, and more.
There’s also XiaoAI voice assistant but the Mi Watch Lite being a global variant, is unlikely to have support for Xiaomi’s own voice assistant. But the device is rated 5ATM to ensure that it is waterproof.
As for the health and fitness-related features, the Redmi Watch has a built-in high-precision six-axis sensor with a motion algorithm. It also has features like 24-hr heart rate tracking, sleep tracking, and sedentary monitoring.
While the battery capacity remains unknown, the company has promised a week of usage with a single charge. Reports indicate that the Mi Watch Lite packs a 230mAh battery with support for 5W charging. The Redmi Watch is already in the Chinese market which is priced at 299 Chinese Yuan in China, which roughly comes to $45.47. The upcoming Mi Watch Lite should be priced almost the same as Redmi Watch and we expect it to go on sale soon after it’s launched.
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