In the image, we can see that the device will sport a 3D curved glass on the front and an Apple Watch Esque crown on the right.
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From the images, the said smartwatch seems to resemble the Apple Watch.
It'll be interesting to see how the Mi Watch will differ from the company's own Mi Band lineup.
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Starting with the physical design, the Mi Watch offers the same look as the Apple Watch, with a rectangle face, rounded and beveled edges, and a turn dial that looks a lot like the digital crown at the same spot. To put it bluntly: it's looks just exactly like an Apple Watch but it will probably be half the price.
The watch is likely to allow eSIM support that might help users make calls. While the majority of the details of the aforementioned device remain a mystery, the image did hint that the smartwatch comes equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100. We should know more about the operating system on that day and what advantages it has over WearOS. A reference to a yet to be published Mi Wear app found in the Wear OS APK recently raised speculation that Xiaomi may be joining in the Wear OS smartwatch bandwagon, with further investigation revealing that the company may call it the Mi Watch.
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We're still a week away from Xiaomi's November 5th event and the company has made a decision to "leak" more information about its upcoming smartwatch through its Weibo account. It also revealed more information about the camera capabilities of its upcoming flagship smartphone called the Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro, which we're expecting to be sold globally as the Xiaomi Mi Note 10.