Mi Watch Revolve Active — All the Smart Watch You Need for Rs. 9,999

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Xiaomi India has launched another new lifestyle product, this time in Mi Watch Revolve Active. Yes, that’s quite a mouthful. So let’s call it Mi Watch for now. 

Mi Watch Revolve Active  A whole lot of watch for a reasonable price

Xiaomi India has always been aggressive with its lifestyle products, and Mi Watch is one out of three smart wearables listed on its site. So what’s on offer, you ask? 

Mi Watch Revolve Active features a 1.39” AMOLED which lights upto 450nits of brightness on its face. In addition, the display boasts of a Smart Always-On Display which actively switches on and off the display depending upon scenarios. The display is covered with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 with DLC coating. 

Mi Watch Revolve Active
Mi Watch Revolve Active in Black

Getting onto the activity features, one would buy this in the first place (hopefully!). The 32g device contains enough sensors inside it to measure SpO2 levels in your bloodtrack sleep24*7 heart-rate trackingassists breath trainingchecks your stress levelsVO2 levels and energy levels

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It gets even better with 117 workout modes and a 12nm high-end GPS chip built-in. The Mi Watch is also Alexa-enabled. In addition, the Mi Watch sustains 5atm of pressure upto 50m underwater. On a single charge with typical usage, the Mi Watch Revolve Active can last upto 14 days. It also supports third-party applications like Strava and Apple Health. 

Mi Watch is a VFM proposition.

The Mi Watch Revolve Active will go on sale from 25th June 2021 at 12:00 noon. It will be available in three colour options — Beige, Black and Blue. In addition, six strap variants are also on offer — Olive Green, Leather Black, Maroon, Beige, Black, and Blue. 

The Watch will retail for Rs. 9,999, and users can avail of some early bird of Rs. 1,000 and HDFC bank offer upto Rs. 750.

Sayak Mukherjee
An auto-enthusiast & tech hobbyist who passes time with cinema.

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