Xiaomi has reported a wide scope of new products for India under the slogan “smarter living,” further pushing the gadgets in its ecosystem beyond cell phones. Some of them have just gone on sale in China in modified form, however they’re all new for India.
First up is the Mi Watch Revolve, which looks fundamentally the same as a product sold in China as the Mi Watch Color, which was itself almost indistinguishable from the Amazfit GTR. The Revolve has a 1.39-inch round OLED screen with 326 ppi, and Xiaomi is claiming up to a week’s battery life.
It’s not satisfactory what software the Revolve is running, yet in screenshots it seems to be like what ships on Amazfit watches like the T-rex, and it unquestionably isn’t Wear OS. Amazfit is important for Xiaomi’s ecosystem, so it’d bode well for software to be shared at any rate somewhat.
The Mi Watch Revolve will go marked down on October sixth for Rs. 9,999 (~$135) until Diwali, when the cost will go up to Rs. 10,999 ($149).
Xiaomi is further adding to its wearables setup by dispatching the Mi Smart Band 5 in India. The wellness band has a 20-percent bigger OLED screen at 1.1 inches, is water safe up to 50 meters, and ought to be useful for about fourteen days on a charge.
The Mi Smart Band 5 will go at a bargain for Rs. 2,499 ($34) on October first.
Maybe Xiaomi’s most customary wearable to date, the organization is additionally presenting its new Mi Athleisure Shoes. Portrayed as “the perfect workout companion,” they kind of resemble Xiaomi’s interpretation of the Nike Roshe Run, with a work texture and a larger than usual EVA sole.
The Athleisure Shoes will go marked down for just Rs. 1,499 ($20).
Next up is the Mi Automatic Soap Dispenser, for goodness’ sake. This gadget utilizes programmed hand location for sans contact hand washing; it can store 300ml of soap for up to 375 hand washes. Xiaomi says it apportions soap in a fourth of a second.
It’ll be accessible for Rs. 999 ($14).
The Mi Smart Speaker, which uses the Google Assistant and has an Alexa-style blue ring around the top. Xiaomi says it’s centered firmly around sound quality with this product, using a 12W speaker and 63.5mm driver. Two can be matched together for stereo sound.
The Mi Smart Speaker will go on sale on October first at an initial cost of Rs. 3,499 ($47), which is a great accomplishment in the event that it can hold up to Xiaomi’s sound quality claims.
At last, Xiaomi is presenting a modest new smart lightbulb called the Mi Smart LED Bulb. It has a B22 fitting for Indian homes, can be controlled through the Mi Home application or with a voice assistant, and is accessible now for Rs. 499 ($7).
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