Xiaomi, on its fifth November event in Beijing, China, launched its first wearOS powered Smartwatch. Only three days after the launch, Xiaomi’s currently separated subsidiary Redmi’s General Manager Lu Weibing took to Weibo to announce that a Redmi watch is in the works.
Lu Weibing, in the post, said, “How do you feel about the first Redmi Watch? Looking ahead to the Redmi Watch?”. Even although he did no longer verify anything, the publish is a direct hint in the direction of an upcoming smartwatch from the OEM.
If we appear at Xiaomi and Redmi’s product lineup and product strategy, we can see that over the years, Redmi has launched a low cost choice to every primary product launched with the aid of Xiaomi. Whether it is a smart TV, a Laptop or a smartphone, Redmi has been regarded to launch a more cost effective alternative.
As a ways as the specifications and graph of the Redmi watch are concerned, the Company has now not printed anything. However, the watch will possibly look like the currently launched Mi watch and will have barely tweaked (maybe toned down) internals.
Most probably, in contrast with the Mi watch, the Redmi watch will have a smaller battery, no eSIM support, and a slightly smaller form component in order to cut down on the price.