From few weeks Xiaomi India is teasing for the launch of its Smartwatch and now it seems company will be launching its Mi Watch Color in India on September 29. Xiaomi has already said earlier that they plan to bring Mi Watch to India soon and it seems company will be launching same by the end of this month. Company has earlier said that they will be launching ‘Smarter Living 2021′ event on September 29, in which company is expected to launch Mi Smart Band 5 and some other IoT devices, but company has also revealed they have some other plans as well.

Xiaomi Mi Watch Color Teaser Twitter

Xiaomi has launched Mi Watch Color recently in its home country and now they are planning launch this smartwatch in other parts of world as well and in past some reports has suggested that it might be launched as Mi Watch Revolve in markets outside of China.

The company has teased for the launch of smartwatch on its Twitter Account where they had put up an image which says ‘Watch Out’ and a smartwatch dial inside an eye, and also the cation says ‘Wait till you SEe Mi’ and this is enough for us to guess that Xiaomi is planning to launch its first smartwatch in India.

Xiaomi Watch Revolve or Watch SE, whatever company decide to call it in India will have a circular dial, just like in the tweet image, it will have an 1.39-inch AMOLED display.

The Mi Watch Color also comes with a 24×7 heart rate monitoring, sleep tracker, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, NFC and a 420mAh battery. It has a water resistance of 5 ATM and also comes with 10 sports modes.

It houses a 420mAh battery to which company claims that it can last upto 14 days on a single charge, and it also supports NFC support.

Its not sure whether company is planning to launch Mi Watch Color with its own proprietary OS which will make it an affordable smartwatch or with Google Wear OS which will slightly make its price higher.

The Mi Watch Color was launched in China for RMB 599, which makes its Indian price around Rs. 6,500.


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