It comes with a Watch OS version of MIUI
Together with the Mi CC9 Pro, Xiaomi also unveiled its first smartwatch with the Mi Watch. The Apple Watch-looking wearable has a 1.78-inch AMOLED display with curved glass, an aluminum alloy frame with a digital crown and a power button, and a ceramic back cover.
Powering the Mi Watch is a Snapdragon Wear 3100 4G chipset paired with 1GB RAM and 8GB internal storage. For the software side, the Mi Watch uses a MIUI-skinned version of Watch OS—it is the first of its kind. By default, the Mi Watch has 40+ apps and has a dedicated app store for installing other apps.
Keeping the lights on is a 570mAh battery, which is rated for up to 36 hours of continuous use with 4G on.
The Mi Watch is priced at CNY 1299(~Php 9.4k) for the regular version and CNY 1999(~Php 14.5k) for the premium version. The Mi Watch will be available in China on November 11, while the Premium version will be available in December. There’s no word if it will be made available globally.