Xiaomi Watch S1 Pro with AMOLED display, 100 sports modes launched

Watch S1 Pro has launched in China today. It has arrived alongside a bunch of other devices including the MIX Fold 2, Pad 5 Pro 12.4, Buds 4 Pro TWS and Redmi K50 Extreme Edition. The latest smartwatch is an upgraded variant of the Watch S1 that debuted in December last year. Read on to know what it offers out of the box.

Watch S1 Pro specifications and features

The Watch S1 Pro sports a 46mm circular dial and a stainless steel unibody. It has a digital crown and a nearly invisible button on the right side of the device. The smartwatch features a 1.47-inch AMOLED display bearing a resolution of 480 x 480 pixels and 600 nits brightness. It is water-resistant up to 5 meters. 

The Watch S1 Pro is equipped with a 24-hour heart rate monitor and SpO2 sensor. It is capable of tracking sleep patterns, stress levels and skin temperature. The wearable device packs more than 100 workout modes. It features a built-in GPS for recording outdoor activities like cycling and running without the need for a smartphone. 

The Watch S1 Pro is powered by a 12nm processor that is said to offer an ultra-long battery life. The smartwatch comes with support for third-party applications and runs on MIUI. It offers convenient features like music playback, controlling Xiaomi televisions, flashlight and more. The smartwatch comes with Bluetooth 5.0 and NFC connectivity support. 

The Watch S1 Pro is backed by a 500mAh battery unit that is claimed to deliver 15 days of battery usage on a full charge. It supports magnetic charging as well as reverse charging with a compatible phone. 

Watch S1 Pro specifications and features

The Watch S1 Pro carries a price tag of Yuan 1,499 (~$222) and is offered in vitron, stainless steel, and leather straps. The smartwatch is available for purchase in China from today.


Via: gizmochina.com

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