Xiaomi will introduce a new smartwatch in a few days. The Xiaomi Watch S3 can already be seen in a series of teaser images that show off the interesting design including the interchangeable bezel. But what do we know so far about the new smart watch?
Recently, Xiaomi confirmed that the Xiaomi 14 series will be officially launched on October 26. These are expected to be the first smartphones to be based on the newly introduced Snapdragon 8 Gen 3. However, there will also be another announcement: as the Chinese manufacturer has now confirmed, it will do so Watch S3 There will also be a new smartwatch on offer. In line with this announcement, Xiaomi has already posted some teasers on Weibo.
Interchangeable bezel for a more personal look
At first glance, the design of the Watch S3 looks similar to previous Xiaomi smartwatches. However, the new model has one “variable frame”, which can be easily removed. This should allow customizing the look of the watch with different bezels. The smart watch automatically recognizes which frame is currently in use. The formatted watch face that cannot be otherwise selected will then be loaded.
The watch also contains 1.43 inches Large, round AMOLED display achieves a pixel density of 326 ppi. The maximum brightness drops with it 600 nits Fairly average, especially compared to other smartwatches. For example, the Amazfit scale (test) achieves around 1,500 nits. There will likely be an LTE modem with eSIM support. The watch does not have a digital crown.
The Xiaomi Watch S3 comes with HyperOS for the first time
The Xiaomi Watch S3 is also the first smartwatch from the manufacturer to come with the new watch HyperOS comes with. However, it is not yet clear whether the interface will be based on WearOS 4 or its operating system. Maybe we’ll find out more about this during the presentation. HyperOS will also be used in Xiaomi 14 smartphones, although older smartphones will also receive an update to the new interface.
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