Xiaomi brings the Mi Watch to Europe, a 65W GaN charger tags along

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The Xiaomi Mi Watch is coming to Europe. This is a Wear OS watch with MIUI customizations and long battery life.



6 wrist straps

A big, bright display • 6 wrist straps

You get a large circular AMOLED display, measuring 1.39” in diameter, so you can easily read notifications and there’s plenty of room for at-a-glance info. Speaking of, the watch can track your heart rate and blood-oxygen saturation (SpO2) as well as the ambient air pressure.

Xiaomi brings the Mi Watch to Europe, a 65W GaN charger tags along

The watch has 117 exercise modes and (unlike the Mi Band) there is a built-in GPS receiver, so it doesn’t need to be connected to your phone when you go for a run. The time piece is also swim proof, so you can do a few laps in the pool with it.

There’s NFC on the international model along with voice control.


Xiaomi Mi Watch
Xiaomi Mi Watch
Xiaomi Mi Watch
Xiaomi Mi Watch

Xiaomi Mi Watch

Battery life is stellar, much longer than a typical Wear OS watch. Officially, the battery will last up 16 days and it only needs 2 hours to fully charge.

The Xiaomi Mi Watch will be available soon, the price target is €100 (it will differ slightly based on local VAT).

Xiaomi is also bringing a powerful 65W charger based on modern GaN technology. The Mi 65W Fast Charger can power anything from a smartphone to a laptop (also, the Nintendo Switch). It has a USB-C plug and supports USB Power Delivery.

Xiaomi brings the Mi Watch to Europe, a 65W GaN charger tags along

The charger will be available soon at a price of €30.



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