We know how the tech industry is glazing into information leaks long before the launch of certain products, and to avoid these certain actions that end up anticipating device details, Xiaomi, and other Chinese manufacturers have given clues and teasers featuring some of the main points of their devices even before the official announcement.
In preparation for next week’s event, Xiaomi has already unveiled the back cover design and the first details of the CC9 Pro’s 108MP rear-camera set of five cameras, also featured a teaser to highlight the upcoming QLED TV, and now reveals the ultimate design of the Mi Watch smartwatch.
Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun posted a couple of images on Chinese social media platform Weibo revealing more details of the brand’s smartwatch front panel. You can see both watches with straps and bodies of the same color: one gray model with gray strap, and one silver color with a white strap, in addition to the two distinct dials displaying a random pattern design.
Also on the watch itself (above), we can see the information about the date of the announcement of the product: at 14 hours of November 05 in China.
In another teaser, the company confirmed some of the Mi Watch hardware, such as support for Wi-Fi, GPS, NFC and even the eSIM chip integrated into the device itself, which is very surprising and proves that Xiaomi is keeping an eye on the mobile market.