The new device should only need charging twice a month, according to Xiaomi, with a boggling 117 fitness modes baked into the wearable. (I'm not sure I can think of that many workout modes.)


Xiaomi doesn't name exactly what the Mi Watch is running, OS-wise, but it's compatible with both iPhones (running iOS 10 and later) and Android devices (running Android 4.4 or later.) Despite the lack of a mainstream wearable OS, though, there's still a lot of health tracking built-in: heart rate tracking, blood oxygen level monitoring, as well as sleep- and stress-tracking features, according to Xiaomi. The Mi Watch's screen can reach 450 nits of brightness, and the watch itself weighs a spritely 32 grams. (For comparison, the Apple Watch SE weighs 36 grams.)


The biggest surprise is the price though: The Mi Watch will cost 99, (roughly $116), and while there's no US availability, stock in Europe should ensure it's easy enough to import. Actually, that price shouldn't be too much of a surprise: Xiaomi has been making cheap (real cheap) devices for a while this one's just particularly intriguing.

The Mi 10T Pro also has the 108-megapixel camera it helped codevelop, naturally, with some new exposure modes and support for 8K video. The phone launches in Europe at 599


Xiaomi, not to be outdone by its competitors, has its own 29 65W fast-charger landing too. With a USB-C port, it can fast-charge compatible Xiaomi devices. It will apparently power the new Mi 10 Pro from 0 to 100 percent in just 45 minutes. No launch dates yet, but we've reached out to Xiaomi for more details.


Resource: engadget.com


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Xiaomi says its new smartwatch needs to charge twice a month

The new device should only need charging twice a month, according to Xiaomi, with a boggling 117 fitness modes baked into the wearable. (I'm not sure I can think of that many workout modes.)


Xiaomi doesn't name exactly what the Mi Watch is running, OS-wise, but it's compatible with both iPhones (running iOS 10 and later) and Android devices (running Android 4.4 or later.) Despite the lack of a mainstream wearable OS, though, there's still a lot of health tracking built-in: heart rate tracking, blood oxygen level monitoring, as well as sleep- and stress-tracking features, according to Xiaomi. The Mi Watch's screen can reach 450 nits of brightness, and the watch itself weighs a spritely 32 grams. (For comparison, the Apple Watch SE weighs 36 grams.)


The biggest surprise is the price though: The Mi Watch will cost 99, (roughly $116), and while there's no US availability, stock in Europe should ensure it's easy enough to import. Actually, that price shouldn't be too much of a surprise: Xiaomi has been making cheap (real cheap) devices for a while this one's just particularly intriguing.

The Mi 10T Pro also has the 108-megapixel camera it helped codevelop, naturally, with some new exposure modes and support for 8K video. The phone launches in Europe at 599


Xiaomi, not to be outdone by its competitors, has its own 29 65W fast-charger landing too. With a USB-C port, it can fast-charge compatible Xiaomi devices. It will apparently power the new Mi 10 Pro from 0 to 100 percent in just 45 minutes. No launch dates yet, but we've reached out to Xiaomi for more details.


Resource: engadget.com


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