Prior to two pretty high profile phone launches, Xiaomi also launched a wearable under the name of its partner company, Yunmai. The wearable itself is simply known as the Yunmai smartwatch in Mandarin, and there’s no English name for it as of yet.
What we do know is that it comes with a 1.3-inch AMOLED 136 x 136 touchscreen display, a U-BLOXGPS chip and a nine-axis sensor. It also has a PIXART 8011ES heart rate sensor inside, giving the Yunmai smartwatch the ability to measure your heart rate in real time.
Powering it is a 420mAh battery that can keep the Yunmai smartwatch running for four days. It also comes with an IP67 rating, so it can take a few splashes and the accidental dip.
The Xiaomi Yunmai smartwatch has an RMB699 (~RM423) pricetag. Oddly enough, it’s still labelled as being in the midst of a crowdfunding process. That said, it looks like it has already exceeded its goal, despite having started two days ago on 19 February 2019.