Mijia releases its own Xiaomi Watch press render


Xiaomi yesterday revealed that it is working on a smartwatch, now Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun in a post on Weibo has revealed how the said smartwatch will look like.

Another perspective (above) shows that the Mi Watch will be a bit less rounded and somewhat thicker than Apple's latest Watch 5 (you can also see that it'll be capable of handling calls).

The Xiaomi Mi Watch isn't a secret anymore, the company's brand new wearable is set to be released in the next week.

The render shows us the Xiaomi Watch in the two colors it will be available in - Elegant Black and Plated Silver.

Apparently Xiaomi isn't very concerned in sharing details about its upcoming Watch.

Jason Momoa makes surprise appearance on 'Saturday Night Live'
Momoa made another shirtless cameo when he appeared to introduce Chance - who also served as the episode's musical guest - for his second set of the night.

The upcoming smartwatch will come with Global Positioning System support, NFC support, Wi-Fi, a large battery and a loudspeaker. The Mi Watch will support e-SIM for cellular connectivity which means that it will be possible to stay connected on it without a tethered smartphone.

The new wearable is simply called the Xiaomi Watch and it will be announced on the 5th November in China.

The New York Times once described Xiaomi in a headline as having assembled a consumer electronics "empire built by aping Apple". While hardware isn't explicitly mentioned, the Mi Watch will possibly be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon Wear 3100 which also raises the possibility that this could be the long-rumoured Wear OS-based Xiaomi smartwatch that we've been hearing about.

That teaser image also confirms the company will be introducing its next device on November 5 in China, but we don't now know if it'll be available in the US, UK or Australia.