Here is Xiaomi's Clever New Plan to Attack Apple Watch Market

    After Xiaomi, Apple is all set to launch a smartwatch of it's own. Xiaomi is known as "China's Apple" and the brand is meeting all expectations of the citizens of China and worldwide.

    Not long ago, on 9th of March Apple launched the Apple Smartwatch at the Spring forward event. Xiaomi would willingly love to take advantage of Apple's propensity to create a supreme product that lifts all boats with a new product or feature.

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    Here is Xiaomi's Clever New Plan to Attack Apple Watch Market

    As rumours suggest, the Xiaomi Smart Watch will have a large dial and would probably offer pulse wave identification. This technology will enable the wearer to verify their identity using their own individual pulse waves. Incorporating such a feature into a Smart Watch is extremely difficult considering the amount of energy required to power it.

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    Besides the rumours, we're also anticipating that it'll have a brushed meta design on the back and will sport a round dial as that's what we've seen on most of the other smartwatches. Another anticipation is that the design is to be more sleeker that other Smart Watches in the market.

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    As the product comes from Xiaomi's house it is meant to be very affordable. Xiaomi also seems to widening up their horizons regarding their fitness gear. First launched last summer, one million of the bands were shipped by Xiaomi in the first three months of its existence. We expect to see a new NFC sensor stuffed in the wearable. The original model offered Bluetooth connectivity and an accelerometer.

    Xiaomi is yet to let out any information regarding the pricing or release date of either of the devices.


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