Xiaomi is reportedly set to launch a new smartwatch as the wearable has reportedly been spotted on the Chinese 3C certification website. The wearable was spotted with the model number M2134W1 and 5W charging support. This new Xiaomi smartwatch may come with audio playback and storage support, the report said. The wearable is tipped to skip eSIM support as well. While other details regarding the wearable are unknown, it would be the successor to Xiaomi Watch Color 2 that is due for an upgrade.
According to a report from ITHome, a new Xiaomi smartwatch was approved by the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology 3C certification on April 29. The smartwatch was spotted with 5W charging support, audio playback and storage features. The wearable was also seen with the model number M2134W1. The name of this new smartwatch is still unknown.
Tipster Digital Chat Station shared on Chinese microblogging platform Weibo that this new Xiaomi smartwatch will not get eSIM support. According to a report from Gizmochina, this new Xiaomi smartwatch may be launched with the name Xiaomi Watch Color 3 as the successor to Xiaomi Watch Color 2.
Xiaomi Watch Color 2 was launched in China last September with 117 sports modes and battery life of up to 12 days on a single charge. It features a 1.43-inch AMOLED color touchscreen with a refresh rate of 60 Hz and a pixel density of 326 ppi. It got a 470mAh battery and a magnetic charger. It comes with a water resistance rating of 5AT and a built-in GPS for standalone tracking.
The Watch Color 2 also did not have eSIM support. In addition to the sports modes, it also came with 19 professional sports modes and over 200 customizable watch faces. For health tracking, it got heart monitoring, SpO2 tracking, sleep monitoring, stress monitoring, breathing guides, menstrual cycle tracking and more.
Xiaomi has not yet announced the name, launch timeline, specs, pricing and other details about the rumored smartwatch.