Xiaomi announced the Xiaomi Mi Watch in November last year and its stripped-down version named Mi Watch Color was unveiled in December. Recently, the company unveiled the Mi Watch Color Sports Edition as its updated version.
Now, a new wearable tech from the brand called the Mi Watch Lite has been approved by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
The FCC listing has revealed key specifications and design of the device. In September, the device was approved by the UL (Demko) authority. Xiaomi could soon launch Mi Watch Lite with the model number RedmiWT02.
Mi Watch Lite will have a square-shaped screen, compared to other Mi Watch design’s that sport a circular dial.
FCC listing of Xiaomi Mi Watch Lite
Among other information, the FCC documents have images of the retail package of the Xiaomi Mi Watch Lite.
The front side of the package has an image of the smartwatch. It shows that the device features a square-shaped display.
The backside of the package reveals that the model number is REDMIWT02. A variant of the device that has a model number of REDMIWT01 was approved by the MIIT authority of China. A tipster had claimed that the device will be launching in China as the Redmi Watch.
Xiaomi Mi Watch Lite will sport a 1.41-inch colourful HD display with touchscreen support.
As mentioned earlier, the watch will have a square-shaped screen. Xiaomi Mi Watch Lite will also come with support for screen auto-brightness that will make use of the ambient sensor to adjust the brightness levels depending on the surrounding light.
The device is equipped with multiple fitness modes. The certification website does not reveal these modes but we can expect Mi Watch Lite to come with fitness modes like cycling, walking, running, etc.
The Mi Watch Lite carries support for 24-hour heart rate monitor and a built-in GPS.
It is a 50ATM water-resistant device, which makes it possible to support swimming stroke recognition.
The device is backed by a 30mAh battery that supports 5W charging and will be compatible with devices running on Android 4.4 & above and iOS 10 & above.