Redmi has launched new products in the Indian market today. Recently, we talked about the Redmi 10S smartphone launch and now we are bringing you everything about the Redmi Watch which is their first smartwatch in India. Xiaomi’s other sub-brand, Mi unveiled a smartwatch in India.
The new Redmi Watch flaunts a 1.4-inch vibrant full-touch display and offers a screen resolution of 320 x 320 pixels. Looking at the pictures, the display looks to be a bit bigger than what we generally see on a fitness band watch. It offers over 200 watch faces. There are multiple modes in the watch like swimming, treadmill, walking, outdoor cycling, indoor cycling and running. It is also 5 ATM Water-resistant up to 50m and supports Bluetooth 5.0 BLE.
In terms of power, the watch packs a 230 mAh battery cell which is used to deliver up to 12 days of usage. The Redmi watch also offers 24-hour heart monitoring which is now seen in many new smartwatches. Apart from this, you will also get a 30-day report of the user’s resting heart rate. Though, there is one feature that is missing from the watch due to its inaccuracy. We are talking about the SPO2 feature which might have helped people during the times of Covid-19.
You can count your calorie, steps, find your smartphone, set your goals and alarms, control the music you want to hear and even accept or reject calls with this new Redmi Watch. By the looks, it definitely looks like a very stylish watch. It weighs just 35 grams including strap and measures 41x 35 x 10.9mm.
The smartwatch is priced at Rs. 3,999 and is offered in four colours which are Black, Blue, Ivory, and Olive. It will go on sale from 25th May via Flipkart, Mi.com, and Mi Home stores.
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