Xiaomi Watch S1 Pro set for global launch at MWC 2023, pricing info leaked

Xiaomi Watch S1 Pro

According to reports, Xiaomi is set to unveil several new devices, including the Xiaomi 11 series smartphones and the Xiaomi Buds 4 at the upcoming Mobile World Congress 2023 event. Additionally, there are rumors that the company will introduce the Xiaomi Watch S1 Pro, which was first released in China in August 2022. The 2023 edition of the Mobile World Congress gets underway on February 27.

The upcoming Xiaomi Watch S1 Pro has been leaked by SnppoyTech, who has revealed the pricing and color variants of the device. The leak suggests that the smartwatch will be available in two color options, namely Silver and Black for the global market, with a starting price of €299. Now, let’s delve into the specifications and features of this highly anticipated smartwatch.

Crafted with a stainless steel unibody, the Xiaomi Watch S1 Pro boasts a circular 46mm dial, complete with a digital crown and a small button on the right side. Its display is a 1.47-inch AMOLED screen, offering a resolution of 480 x 480 pixels and a remarkable 600 nits of brightness. Additionally, the smartwatch is water-resistant up to a depth of 5 meters.

Equipped with a 24-hour heart rate monitor and SpO2 sensor, the Xiaomi Watch S1 Pro is capable of tracking sleep patterns, stress levels, and skin temperature. This smartwatch offers over 100 workout modes, and for outdoor activities such as running and cycling, it has a built-in GPS feature. The Xiaomi Watch S1 Pro houses a 500mAh battery, providing an impressive battery life of up to 15 days on a single charge. The smartwatch can be charged magnetically and is also capable of reverse charging with a compatible phone.

Running on MIUI, the Xiaomi Watch S1 Pro is powered by a 12nm processor, ensuring extended battery life. It supports third-party applications and comes with a range of convenient features, including music playback, control of Xiaomi televisions, and more. The smartwatch also supports Bluetooth 5.0 and NFC connectivity.


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