Xiaomi is well known in the market thanks to its competitive range of smartphones from Mi, Redmi, and Poco branches. However, the company has much more to offer than mere smartphones. The company is an active brand in the segment of smartwatches, smart home products, TWS devices, and more. Xiaomi is even more popular in China thanks to a wide array of products from its eco chain companies. The company is behind popular smartwatches like the Haylou series and now is ready to unveil a new product from Mibro. For those unaware, Mibro is a Zhenshi Technology brand and is part of the forked Xiaomi ecosystem. The brand is now unveiling a new smartwatch dubbed Mibro Air.
Mibro Air – Round display, IP68, and continuous heart rate tracking
The new wearable has a decent design with a round dial. Moreover, it brings interesting specifications and features for those who are in the market for a cost-effective smartwatch. The brand has just announced the new wearable’s launch for November 30th. In a bid to attract customers to its product, the brand is offering some interesting deals before the official launch.
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The Mibro Air flaunts a beautiful 1.28-inch round dial TFT display with a high-resolution color display and a nice screen to body ratio of 95%. The watch brings a metal finish made from one piece. It may be strong enough to withstand scratches and small drops. The wearable brings IP68 certification which can ensure protection for rain, sweat, and handwashing splashes. The watch has a set of watchfaces allowing the user to customize the wearable’s appearance according to their tastes.
As usual in smartwatches, there is a big focus on health and sports. The Mibro Air brings 12 sports modes allowing you to track distinct activities like an exercise bike, tennis, running, and even a simple walk. The wearable comes with a heart rate sensor allowing you to track your conditions anytime. Moreover, we have a sleep monitor feature that can detect abnormalities in your sleep periods. All values recorded by the watch ban be synced into the Mibro Fit Mobile application that seems to be a fork of Xiaomi’s Mi Fit app.
Up to 25 days of battery life
The wearable has a custom OS that draws power from a 200mAh battery. It can provide up to 10 days of continuous use and 25 days of standby. Interestingly enough, it brings a modern Bluetooth 5.0 standard providing a stable connection with your smartphone. It obviously can show notification from apps such as Whatsapp, Messenger, and Skype.
The new wearable is already up for preorders on the official store. Moreover, the company is offering a free dark green strap for those who pre-order the watch between November 11 and November 30.