Today, Redmi has launched its first smartwatch alongside the upgraded Redmi Note 9 series. Simply known as the Redmi Watch, the wearable adopts a squared design with a focus on “Nordic style” and minimalism.
The watch has a 1.4-inch rectangular display with curved glass, and it comes in black, white, and blue color variants. The silicone strap is available in black, white, blue, green, and pink. There’s a single button on the side of the watch, with everything else being handled by the touchscreen or the Mi Fit app on a paired smartphone.
Other specs include NFC, Bluetooth 5.0, a heart rate monitor, and waterproofing up to 50m. Xiaomi claims that battery life will be good for up to 7 days, or 12 days if you use a power-saving mode. The UI and watch faces make heavy use of black backgrounds, not unlike the Apple Watch, though at this price you can’t expect an OLED display.
The watch will go on sale in China on December 1st, it’ll cost ~$45, with a promo price of ~$41. It may come to other markets — including the Nigeria — in a slightly tweaked form.