Apart from the Mi CC9 Pro, Xiaomi also unveiled its first brand-bearing smartwatch, the Mi Watch. Dubbed as a “small phone on your wrist,” it packs a ton of features geared for both casual use and fitness-tracking.
Mi Watch has a 44mm casing, along with a 1.78-inch AMOLED display with always-on capabilities. On the right side is a single button and crown for navigating the UI.
Powering the device is a Snapdragon Wear 3100 4G chipset, along with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. It’s 570mAh battery is the biggest ever in a smartwatch, and is touted to deliver up to 36 hours of continuous usage with 4G enabled.
The device runs on MIUI for watch on top of WearOS, with 40+ apps built-in and even a separate app store that’s open for third-party developers. It has Bluetooth, NFC, and even eSIM support, allowing it to function as a completely stand-alone device.
Mi Watch also boasts fitness-tracking features such as swim tracking, and is also compatible with Firstbeat’s performance analytics, giving a detailed breakdown of one’s heart rate based on exercise data.
As for pricing, Mi Watch will retail for CNY1,299 (PhP9,356.02). There’s also a Premium Edition with a Steel Frame and Band, along with a Sapphire Crystal Screen that’s priced at CNY1,999 (PhP14,404.90). There’s no word as to whether it will become available outside China, for now.