Xiaomi has today launched the brand new Redmi Watch in India as well. The smartwatch comes with a rectangular design, and actually manages to look pretty decent. Redmi Watch comes with a built-in GPS, full touch display, 10-day battery life, and in multiple colour options. The Redmi Watch also packs in Bluetooth 5.1, and supports GPS and GLONASS for location services.
As is evident by the sensors the Redmi Watch packs, there are a bunch of fitness and health features in tow. Obviously, you get heart rate tracking here with time intervals of 1 minute, 5 minutes, or 30 minutes. There’s also sleep detection built-into the watch. However, the Redmi Watch doesn’t come with an SpO2 sensor, which means you can’t track your blood oxygen levels with it. That feels slightly weird, because the Mi Band 6 has the sensor, and it’s one of those things that feels exceedingly important to have during these times.
There are 11 professional sports modes on the Redmi Watch. These include cricket, walking, cycling, trekking, outdoor running, treadmill, and pool swimming. The smartwatch also features heart rate monitoring, sleep monitoring and guided breathing among its health features. Redmi Watch also comes with features such as music control, idle alert, weather information, alarm, emojis, notifications and more.
The Redmi Watch has been launched at 3,999. You will be able to buy it from 25th May from mi.com and Mi Home stores, as well as Flipkart.