Redmi Smartwatch Goes Official For $45 – Checkout Specs

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Redmi Smartwatch

Xiaomi announced its new Redmi smartwatch alongside the new Redmi Note 9 series of smartphones. This device is the first smartwatch ever produced by Xiaomi’s Redmi brand. It packs a lot of eye-catching features and comes at an exceptionally low price. 

One of such notable features is its 230mAh battery and its ability to last for about seven days of normal usage without charging. It can also last up to twelve days when the power saving mode is active. Charging the battery, takes around two hours to go from zero to 100. 

The design includes a 2.5D curved glass panel, matte texture body, metal texture buttons, matching skin friendly TPU material strap, manufactured using heat bending process for it to fit the curvature of the wrist. The watch also comes with a detachable buckle. 

The Redmi watch sports a 1.4-inch color LCD touchscreen with a 320 x 320 resolution. The device is waterproof, but can only survive depths of about 50 m. Other features include an NFC, a heart rate monitor and Bluetooth 5.0. 

Beyond the heart rate monitor feature, there’s also a selection of exercise tracking modes, plus sleep tracking and a breathing exercise.

What Else?

The watch comes with 7 sports modes which include outdoor running, indoor running, outdoor cycling, indoor cycling, walking, swimming in the pool, and free activities. 

The Redmi watch is compatible with both iPhone and Android devices. You can easily control the music playing on your phone among other things. Other features on the Redmi watch include an alarm clock, a timer, a stopwatch, weather reports, a flashlight, a compass, call and message alerts, activity reminders, and high-heart-rate alerts. 

In addition, the smartwatch has a built-in microphone that supports XiaoAI voice assistant. At the same time, it has a multi-functional NFC, supports more than 270 city bus cards, can write access cards, linkage with Xiaomi door locks, etc., It also supports Alipay two-dimensional code offline payment via NFC. 

The Redmi smartwatch comes with a single button at the right edge. The device weighs 35g and has a thickness of 10.9mm. In general, has a great look to it and an attractive design considering the low price it is to be sold at. 

It comes in black, blue and white color options for the body, and there’s also a choice of five silicone straps, with black, blue, white, pink, and green on offer. 


Redmi smartwatch Price

The Redmi watch can serve as a smarter and better alternative to the Redmi Smart Band fitness tracker previously launched by Xiaomi. Despite all the excellent features this watch has to offer and its appealing design, it starting price is 269 Chinese yuan, and around $40/£30/AU$55/Rs 3,000. However, the cost of this device may not be a direct conversion of the device’s cost in china, though it still comes cheaper than most fitness tracking smartwatch anywhere in the world. 



  • Model: Xiaomi Redmi Watch
  • Released: November 26, 2020


  • Type: Bar
  • Dimensions: 41 x 35 x 11.9 mm
  • Weight: 35 Grams
  • Waterproof: Waterproof (5ATM) + 50m water resistant


  • Display Type: IPS LCD
  • Size: 1.4 inches
  • Resolution: 320 x 320 pixels
  • Display Colors: 16M colors
  • Pixel Density: ~323 ppi density


  • Memory Card Slot: No
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, heart rate, compass


  • Operating System: Unknown


  • Rear Camera: No
  • Image: No
  • Video: No
  • Flash: No
  • Front Camera: No


  • SIM: Standard SIM
  • Dual SIM: No


  • Wi-fi: No
  • USB: No
  • GPS: No
  • NFC: Yes
  • Wireless Charging: No
  • Headphone Jack: No


  • Capacity: Li-Ion 230 mAh
  • Placement: Non-removable


  • Video Playback: No
  • Video Out: No
  • FM Radio: No
  • Ring Tones: No
  • Loudspeaker: No
  • Handsfree: No


  • 4G LTE: No
  • 5G NR Bands: No
  • Speed: No


  • SMS: No
  • MMS: No
  • Email: Yes
  • IM: Yes

So far, it’s only been announced for China, where it will go on sale from December 1, but it’s entirely possible the Xiaomi Redmi smartwatch will get a global launch at some point. If and when it does though it might get a different name, as a remarkably similar wearable called the Xiaomi Mi Watch Lite has been spotted on an FCC (Federal Communications Commission) listing. 

The Redmi Watch would have to pass through the FCC before being sold in the US, so it’s highly likely we’ll see it there at least in some form.

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