Xiaomi Mi Watch lit up on video

As it became known, on November 5, Xiaomi will introduce not only a phone with a 108 MP camera, but also a smart watch,

which will be like two drops of water similar worldwideFamous Apple Watch Apple Accessory. The Chinese company has a reputation for several years as a clone maker from Apple, although Xiaomi has a great many unique products and gadgets. In a word, we are not surprised that Xiaomi cloned the Apple Watch. Rather, on the contrary, why we were forced to wait so long for this day ...

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Now closer to the point ... Xiaomi has confirmed thatXiaomi Watch / Mi Watch will be equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100 and independent support for Wi-Fi, GPS and NFC, as well as eSIM. This means that you can make voice calls yourself through your wrist device.

By revealing some key details, the companyXiaomi, through the general manager of the Ecological Network Xiaomi shared a demo video with the participation of Mi Watch. As you can see, on a smart watch from Xiaomi, you can easily watch videos, launch applications such as maps, WeChat, Alipay, Himalayan, a navigator and many other programs. However, please note that due to the limited screen size and storage, Xiaomi watches may not support the installation of regular Android applications. Thus, these applications are basically lite versions of regular Android applications.

A separate advertising promotion on Weibo indicates that the Mi Watch can also control smart home devices, and you can also view your fitness information directly from the Mi smart watch.

Pretty curious. And I can’t wait to see the presentation of the Mi Watch. We remind you that it will be held on November 5th. The official announcement of Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro, as well as Xiaomi Mi TV 5, should also take place on this day. Mi CC9 Pro will certainly be the most striking event, as it will be equipped with a powerful camera. Mi TV 5, on the other hand, will be Xiaomi's response to the recently introduced Oneplus TV. It has a 4K Quantum Dot QLED display. Well, wait ...