The Xiaomi Mi Watch Looks Like An Apple Watch But Costs Less At Around ~MYR770

Dressed like Apple Watch Series, functions with Google's WearOS
06 November 2019 / 14:28MYT

After unveiling the Mi Note 10, Xiaomi had also revealed the Mi Watch, a custom Wear OS device that shares a few striking design similarities with the Apple Watch - from its curved square body and tactile digital crown clearly echoing the aesthetics, with the major difference is that you can clearly see that it uses a WearOS. On the hardware front, the Mi Watch sports a 1.78in AMOLED display that should be tough enough to withstand daily bumps and scrapes, and is powered by a Snapdragon Wear 3100 4G chipset in combination with four Cotrex A7 cores. A 570mAh battery should keep it ticking over for around 36 hours on a single charge, but that depends on how much you use the Mi Watch's other features, which among other things includes a range of lifestyle and fitness trackers, payment apps, and support for maps and music playback. Right now, the smartwatch is only being readied for release in China, but at around ~MYR770 for one, there's a chance this could be a hit here in Malaysia.