Today we're looking at Xiaomi's latest released clues about their next smartwatch, the Mi Watch. But while a Wear OS-based Xiaomi may be in the works, the smartwatch launching on November 5 will be based on MIUI and not Wear OS.
Would you be interested in getting a Mi Watch as soon as it is available in the Malaysian market? Prior to this, the Mi Watch was reported to be Xiaomi's first take on the WearOS platform. This is a watch that looks a WHOLE LOT like an Apple Watch - but sorta like if Apple chose to do an "SE" version of said device.
To Xiaomi's credit, the Mi Watch design is not a blatant copy of the Apple Watch but it does bear a striking resemblance to Apple's offering, especially with the digital crown on the right.
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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. As already mentioned, Xiaomi will provide more details on this Mi Watch next week.
We're still a week away from Xiaomi's November 5th event and the company has made a decision to "leak" more information about its upcoming smartwatch through its Weibo account.
The watch also comes with speakers, so you can talk to it hands free - and make calls. If that image is truly indicative of final software, then it may not be running WearOS at all, or possibly using WearOS in some modified form, which Google formally doesn't allow.