Xiaomi’s smartwatch now in Swedish stores for SEK 700

Xiaomi Mi Watch Lite is a watch with a focus on health and exercise. It is equipped with GPS and measures your heart rate continuously throughout the day. The screen is a 1.4-inch LCD screen and the watch is powered by Xiaomi’s own operating system for watches. There are a number of different dials to choose from, but the watch is more of a training watch than a regular smartwatch. Mi Watch Lite counts your steps, calories and how much you stand up and it can display incoming messages, calls and notifications from your phone.

Android users connect the watch to the Xiaomi Wear app and Ios users can download the Xiaomi Wear Lite app.

Battery life should be 9 days in normal use, or ten hours with GPS active. The watch has 11 different forms of exercise that it can measure, both indoors and outdoors, and this includes, for example, running, swimming and cycling. It takes two hours to fully charge the watch and at night it can measure your sleep and analyze how rested you are.

Mi Watch Lite is a simpler version of the Mi Watch that was released last autumn but has not yet reached Swedish stores. The more expensive Mi Watch is more expensive, has a round Amoled screen instead of Mi Watch Lite’s square LCD display and also provides almost twice as long battery life, 117 instead of 11 training modes, measures blood oxygenation and has voice control and its own speaker.

Mi Watch Lite starts selling today in Sweden and costs SEK 699. The more advanced Xiaomi Mi Watch will also arrive in Sweden soon, Xiaomi tells Mobil. However, some prices or exact dates are not yet clear.

Source: Mobil by www.mobil.se.

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