Back in March last year, there were reports out of China that Xiaomi is working on its own smartwatch, although no availability details were revealed at that time. Then, there were rumors that it will be unveiled at an event in November - that, we all know, didn't happen.
Now, for the first time, Xiaomi has confirmed the existence of the wearable device. The confirmation came from the company's co-founder and VP Liu De, who also revealed that the smartwatch will be made official in the second half of this year.
Sadly, he didn't reveal a specific launch date/month as well as any specs and pricing-related information. If you recall, previous rumors suggested a round dial and a brushed metal design. In addition, the watch is said to offer pulse wave velocity identification feature.
Sir how much time it will take to come in market
wanna see mi smart watch with qualcomm’s second snapdragon wear chip, gesture-controlled and wireless charging.
Hope it comes in english version and supports G-apps and better battery life, round dialer, Heart rate Monitor, Interchangeable Bands, different clock faces and a storage capability.(MicroSD Card Slot).