Redmi Watch with 1.4-inch color touch display, Heart Rate Sensor launching in India on May 13
Xiaomi has officially teased today about the launch of the Redmi Watch alongside the Redmi Note 10S on May 13 in India. The brand has announced the launch of the smartwatch in the country via its social media channels. This Redmi smartwatch was debuted in China in November last year. Redmi Watch price in India will be revealed on May 13th.
The Redmi has tweeted under the #WearYourVibe hashtag with a teaser video. Redmi has not mentioned the name of the wearable in the tweet or the teaser video. But the wearable shown in the teaser video looks like a Redmi smartwatch.
The company has confirmed that the smartwatch features a built-in GPS / GLONASS support, 11 sports modes, Sleep monitoring, Heart rate monitoring, and guided breathing on the official website. It will support 200+ watch faces.
Redmi Watch Specifications:
The Redmi Watch has a 1.4-inch IPS LCD display with a square design that just looks like the Apple Watch. The display has a resolution of 320 x 320 pixels and it is protected by 2.5D curved glass. The wearable runs on a proprietary OS. The smartwatch is compatible with both Android and iOS devices.
The Redmi Watch features an optical heart rate sensor, accelerometer, gyroscope sensor, a geomagnetic sensor, and an ambient light sensor. The Redmi Watch has 11 sports modes that can track workout activities like Outdoor running, Treadmill, Outdoor cycling, Open water swimming, Freestyle, Pool swimming, Cricket, Trekking, Trail run, Walking and Indoor cycling. There is also a sleep monitoring feature on the watch.
As for the connectivity, the smartwatch has Bluetooth v5.0 and NFC. The NFC support is for on-the-go payments. It allows users to make payments through the Redmi Watch.
The Redmi Watch weighs 35 grams and measures 41x35x10.9mm. It is water-resistant up to 50 meters. The smartwatch packs a 230mAh battery. The company claims that the watch has 9 days battery life with typical use, 10 hours with continuous GPS use in sports mode.