This stylish new product is equipped with a 1.43-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 466 x 466 pixels, a 60 Hz refresh rate and a maximum brightness of 600 nits.
But the main feature of the device is the new HyperOS operating system, which is apparently not based on Wear OS.
The watch also has a 12-channel heart rate sensor, dual-band GPS, NFC chip, and a 486mAh battery that Xiaomi claims can last up to 15 days on a single charge.
The price of the watches in China starts at $109 for the Bluetooth and Wi-Fi enabled version. The price of the version with eSIM is slightly higher: $137. In addition, Xiaomi also offers replacement bezels and watch straps ranging from $18 to $34.
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