Previously, Xiaomi’s merchandise have appeared loads like Apple variations, and Xiaomi’s first smartwatch, which is able to launch on November fifth, seems to be no exception. From the photographs and video teasers Xiaomi launched by Weibo earlier this week, it bears a hanging resemblance to the Apple Watch (through XDA Builders).


Xiaomi smartwatch
Xiaomi, through Weibo

The watch has an almost-identical rectangular touchscreen face with rounded corners and a lookalike rotating ridged crown button for scrolling, which can also be situated above a similar-looking pill-shaped button on the best aspect of the watch. These are all proper the place you’d discover them on an Apple Watch. Though the Xiaomi watch’s face is slightly thicker and fewer rounded than the present Apple Watch Sequence 5 and the straps aren’t as modern, you could possibly nonetheless simply mistake it for an Apple Watch. The title for the watch hasn’t been revealed but, however 9to5Google discovered the title “Mi Watch” within the code of the {latest} Put on OS app replace, making {that a} seemingly title (and working system) for the upcoming gadget.

It’s Wi-Fi, GPS, NFC, and Bluetooth-enabled, and it options an eSIM for making calls, in keeping with the picture. It has a Qualcomm Snapdragon Put on 3100 processor, which is utilized in newer Put on OS units.


Xiaomi smartwatch
Xiaomi, through Weibo

Huami, Xiaomi’s unique companion and sole provider of wearables, made a smartwatch known as Amazfit final yr, and it additionally appeared loads just like the Apple Watch. Xiaomi can also be an investor in Huami. It’s unclear proper now whether or not Huami might be in command of making the Mi Watch.

Just like the watch’s design, the resemblance to Apple merchandise is nothing new. Xiaomi has been mimicking Apple for years now, and it goes past the merchandise. Xiaomi’s AirDots wi-fi headphones appeared like Apple AirPods. Xiaomi imitated Apple’s macOS Mojave’s color-changing sand dune background. Xiaomi by chance used an Apple Memoji advert when selling its personal animated augmented actuality avatar counterpart, Mimoji. Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun even copied Steve Jobs’ signature black turtleneck and “yet one more factor” catchphrase.

This isn’t the primary time Xiaomi has seemingly ripped off Apple, and it most likely received’t be the final.



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