One thing that is clear from these renders is that the Mi Watch gets a design inspired by Apple Watch.
There's a touchscreen on this smartwatch and the promise of a new user interface made by Xiaomi. Meanwhile, it seems the Chinese brand is at it again, this time preparing to announce a new smartwatch next week on November 5. On the software side, it will run Wear OS. The speculation is based on a Wear OS app update that they have spotted under the moniker "Xiaomi Mi Watch". The Xiaomi Mi Watch will have a rounded-corner rectangular display and a digital crown on its right side for controlling its UI.
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.
The upcoming smartwatch will come with Global Positioning System support, NFC support, Wi-Fi, a large battery and a loudspeaker. In the image, we could see how thick the watch would be, along with a power button and a microphone just below the crown.
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Speaking of features and connectivity, Mijia which is the Xiaomi subsidiary making the Mi Watch, has revealed that the device will support e-SIM for cellular connectivity.
Xiaomi went as far to include a picture of the Mi Watch's innards, which show that it will be equipped with Wi-Fi, GPS and NFC chips, as well as an eSIM. Now, the company has officially released some images of its new smartwatch confirming that it will soon be released.