Xiaomi has just pulled up a katana from sheath to face off the last days of the year, blubbering simultaneously with a staunch glance. Xiaomi is slated to organize a Redmi 2023 New Year Conference on December 27, launching the firm’s most awaited Redmi K60 series, Watch 3, Band 2, Buds 4 Lite, and new Note 12 Pro.
Among them, it’s time to settle down to things that haven’t gone deep into alcoves worldwide. s not hard to tell, that Xiaomi watches aren’t a blunt thing to being on an individual wrist, neither can’t make users achieve the complete abeyant of a person.
Still, the company is hammering out to mold a watch further to continue the show with a good amount of audience. The Chinese mobile maker Xiaomi revealed the new Redmi Watch 3 large-screen look today.
The watch will sport a 1.75-inch AMOLED screen, with a display area of 14.8% and a pixel density of up to 341 PPi alongside a resolution increase of 1.3 times. The watch has a maximum brightness of 600nit, which is more than enough to compete in the market. In addition, the watch comes off with enhanced support for Bluetooth voice calls, as well as BLE / BT dual-mode Bluetooth, low power consumption, and more power saving.
The Watch’s predecessor was launched in October 2021, with a starting price of 349 yuan (roughly Rs.4,142). Moreover, the Redmi Band 2 will also be unveiled. The device features a 1.47-inch large screen, the display area is 79% larger than the previous generation, and the thickness of the body is controlled at 9.99mm.