Xiaomi is planning to launch its first smartwatch in India soon and the company has also listed a dedicated microsite on Amazon India recently. Now a popular tipster Ishan Agarwal has posted some new information about the upcoming smartwatch. Here’s a closer look at the expected launched date and price of the fitness trackers.
Mi Band 5 MRP: INR ₹2,999
What it means: Sale price will be below this. Perhaps ₹2,499e ven?
Mi Watch Revolve MRP: INR ₹10,999
What it means: Sale price will be below this. Perhaps lesser than ₹9,999? What you think?
No idea about the upcoming Mi's Smart AI Speaker.
— Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) September 25, 2020
Xiaomi Mi Band 5 and Mi Watch Revolve Expected India Price
Earlier, it was expected that the company is only launching a new smartwatch in the Indian market, but the tipster suggests that the Xiaomi will launch Mi Band 5 and Mi Watch Revolve. Alongside the company is also expected to launch a new Mi Smart AI speaker. According to the tipster, the Xiaomi Mi Band 5 is expected to be launched with a price point of Rs 2,499 or less in India. Alleged Mi Watch Revolve, on the other side, is expected to be launched at Rs 10,999 or maybe less. However, there is no information about Mi smart AI speakers so far.
According to the Amazon microsite, the company has confirmed to launch the new smartwatch on September 29th at 12 PM. The promotional image featured on the listing didn’t reveal much about the fitness tracker, but it shows that it will feature two nobs at the right side of the watch. Meanwhile, the listing page also has a ‘Notify Me’ button, which will send you alert as soon as the product goes official on the online platform.
The listing also confirmed that the fitness tracker will be capable enough of delivering a battery life of 14 days in single full charge. The listing also suggests that the smartwatch will feature a series of watch faces and premium design. The fitness tracker will include a heart rate sensor for real-time heart rate monitoring. The company is yet to announce anything about the upcoming smartwatch, so we recommend you to take this piece of information with a pinch of salt.