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Technology. mobile. Xiaomi launches the Mi Watch smartwatch and the Mi 65W Fast Charger with GaN globally

Technology. mobile. Xiaomi has launched the new Mi 10T, Mi 10T Pro, and the new Mi 10T Lite at its launch event today. But that is not all — Xiaomi is also using this opportunity to introduce to the world its new Mi 65W Fast Charger with GaN, and the new Mi Watch.Mi WatchXiaomi is launching a new Mi Watch. This is called the Mi Watch, but it is not to be confused with the Mi Watch that runs on Android Wear OS or the Mi Watch Color that launched in India yesterday as the Mi Watch Revolve.SpecificationMi WatchDimensions & Weight45.9 x 53.35 x 11.8 mm32g without strapsDisplay1.39″ AMOLED display454 x 454 pixel resolution450 nits brightness2.5D tempered glass with anti-fingerprint coatingBattery & Charging420mAh batteryMagnetic chargingSensorsOptimized PPG heart rate sensor (including SpO2)3-axis accelerometer3-axis gyroscopeGeomagnetic sensorAir Pressure sensorAmbient Light sensorGPSWater Resistance5 ATM Water ResistanceConnectivity and FeaturesBluetooth 5.0 BLEWorks with:Android 4.4 and aboveiOS 10.0 and aboveAmazon Alexa voice controlCamera shutter modeNative Emoji SupportThis Mi Watch adopts the same 1.39″ AMOLED display from the Mi Watch Color/Revolve, but bumps up the smartness and fitness tracking. It does not run Wear OS, and instead, runs on Xiaomi’s proprietary custom OS for its smartwatch ecosystem. There is support for 117 exercise modes, along with six different sensors and in-built GPS. You also get over 100 watch faces, camera remote function, native emojis on notifications, voice control and Amazon Alexa support, and more. The support for more exercise modes and Amazon Alexa, and lack of Gorilla Glass 3 for protection differentiates it from the Mi Watch Color/Revolve. Xiaomi is also claiming a battery life of 16 days with continuous use.The Mi Watch will be available for a price of €99 for either of the three main styles, and you can also purchase additional straps from a choice of 6 different band options.Mi 65W Fast Charger with GaNThe Mi 65W Fast Charger with GaN is the latest fast charger from Xiaomi. The highlight of this charger is that it makes use of Gallium Nitride technology, allowing the charger to be more compact than Silicon chargers with similar output.The Mi Watch will be available for a price of €29.99.
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