Xiaomi's Mi Smartwatch Coming Soon ,Also Launched Foldable E-Cycle


Xiaomi's Mi Smartwatch has been confirmed thanks to a listing on the tech giant's official website.
Xiaomi's upcoming wearable device has been the subject of speculation for quite some time now. There were rumors that the device will be launched with the Mi Max in Beijing early last month, but obviously, that did not happen.


Xiaomi's smartwatch has been in the news for a while now and the company's VP Liu De has also confirmed its existence. An official launch date for the Mi Smartwatch has not been announced yet, but the company added a new smartwatch category the under smart devices section on their official website.

China’s Largest Consumer Electronics Manufacturer, Xiaomi Also launched a smart foldable electric Bicycle in China. The smart cycle which is dubbed QiCycle makes driving easy with the latest technology used by the Chinese smartphone company. This electric-powered affordable smart bicycle is a part of the company’s Mi Ecosystem and the expected “Mi Smart Bike” is prized at $460 (approx. 2,999 Yaun/ Rs. 30,000).
QiCycle comes with a 3 speed hub plus a 250W-36V high-speed motor which enables smooth rides even on steep slopes. The smart bike has a meter which allows you to fix different speeds.Xiaomi’s Eco friendly QiCycle is backed by a Panasonic 18,650mAh battery with BMS battery management technology. Xiaomi claims that the battery takes three complete hours to get charged and on an average speed bike can go up to 45 kilometers/ 28 miles with a single charge.

Xiaomi at the launch event in China noted that it was not just a “smartphone company” but a “technology company.” The China-based electronics company already has a variety of products which include smartphones, tablets, wearables, Internet-connected air and water purifiers, television models under the Mi TV series, Yeelight bedside lamps, Mi Power Banks, Mi Wi-Fi nano wireless routers, Yi Action Camera, Mi Rainbow 5 AA batteries. And under the other product line, the companies currently also have two-wheeled self-balancing scooters.

Here is a rundown of the specs provided by Xiaomi:

Companion smartphone app displays in-depth info: bike status, GPS navigation, ride stats
250W, 36V high speed motor.
Panasonic 18650 20 x 2900mAh lithium-ion battery cells (same battery used by Tesla) with self-developed Battery Management System (BMS) that lets you go 45km on a single charge
Shimano Nexus 3-speed hub
Foldable and compactly lean at 14.5 kg
Provides real-time stats: speed, distance, power, dynamic power, calories consumed.

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