Redmi Watch with GPS, sleep and heart rate monitoring launched in India for Rs 3,999

Features 1.4-inch display, 11 sports modes, 200 watch faces, heart rate and sleep monitoring.

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Xiaomi has introduced the first smartwatch under the Redmi brand in India which was first revealed in November last year. This wearable was also brought in some markets as Mi Watch Lite. In India, it will be second wearable from the brand after the Redmi Band.

Specs & Features

The Redmi watch comes with a 1.4-inch square-shaped display having a resolution of 320 x 320 pixels 480 nits brightness, 323ppi pixel density and covered by a 2.5D curved glass. It has support for over 200 watch faces and allows customisations with more than 2,400 combinations through the Xiaomi Wear app. 

It includes 11 sports modes for tracking physical activities such as outdoor running, treadmill, outdoor cycling, open water swimming, freestyle, pool swimming, cricket, trekking, trail run, walking, indoor cycling and has built-in GPS + GLONASS for accurate navigation. The watch has 5ATM water resistance and weighs 35 grams. With 230mAh, Xiaomi claims that this smartwatch will last for 10 days on regular usage.

This wearable will offer 24-hour heart monitoring and can notify you when your heart rate goes above normal levels. It will also provide a 30-day report of the user’s resting heart rate to help monitor long-term heart rate changes. Sleep tracker is there as well, however, Xiaomi skipped the SpO2 monitoring feature. 

Pricing & Availability

The Redmi Watch is priced at Rs 3,999 and will be available in three colour options of ivory, black and blue, while the straps come in an additional olive colour. Its sale is set to begin on May 25 at 12 noon on, Flipkart, Mi Homes and Mi Studios.

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