Xiaomi introduced budget watch Mi Watch Lite

Xiaomi introduced budget watch Mi Watch Lite Visitors: 629 ★★★★

They work up to 9 days on a single charge.

Xiaomi has officially announced the Mi Watch Lite smartwatch, which is almost completely similar to the Redmi Watch presented less than a month ago. They got a 1.4-inch display with a resolution of 320 × 320 pixels. Supports 120 unique watch faces (some of them allow you to customize what information is displayed on the screen).

Xiaomi  Mi Watch Lite

The watch is suitable for use as a fitness tracker: it has an automatic pedometer and 11 training modes. They also track sleep and heart rate and suggest breathing exercises to reduce stress levels. The rest of the functions are basic for such devices: displaying notifications and messages, controlling music, searching for a smartphone and alerts about lack of activity.

There is support for GPS and GLONASS, the case is protected from moisture and dust (5 ATM). The battery with a capacity of 230 mAh provides up to 9 days of battery life and is fully charged in 2 hours with a complete charge. Unlike the Chinese model, the novelty has lost NFC and voice assistant support (Redmi Watch supports XiaoAI and there were hopes for Google Assistant or Alexa in Mi Watch Lite).

The novelty will go on sale in three colors (blue, black, ivory). The cost and release date have not yet been disclosed.

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