It also has its budget-focused Mi Band series of wearables but they are fitness bands rather than a smartwatch.
In fact, the designs are so similar, you might even mistake it as an Apple Watch at first glance. The Xiaomi Mi Watch will have a rounded-corner rectangular display and a digital crown on its right side for controlling its UI.
Xiaomi yesterday revealed that it is working on a smartwatch, now Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun in a post on Weibo has revealed how the said smartwatch will look like. When doing so, the new Mi Watch bears a striking resemblance to the Apple Watch, as you can see in the press render above.
The Mi Watch will be launched alongside the MI CC9 Pro which is expected to be launched in global markets as the Mi Note 10. To put it bluntly: it's looks just exactly like an Apple Watch but it will probably be half the price.
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XDA Developers also has quite a bit of new info about the penta-camera phone that'll be launched on November 5, which will probably be called Mi CC9 Pro in China and Mi Note 10 in other markets. While the majority of the details of the aforementioned device remain a mystery, the image did hint that the smartwatch comes equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100.
There were reports that Xiaomi's smartwatch will run WearOS but that didn't turn out to be true.
Xiaomi's November 5 event is shaping up to be a pretty big one.
The Xiaomi Smartwatch's schematics show numerous features in the Apple Watch: GPS, NFC functionality, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, a linear motor for vibration, and eSIM support for LTE connectivity. We should know more about the operating system on that day and what advantages it has over WearOS.