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- Pure specifications and renders of Xiaomi Watch 2 Pro have been leaked online.
- This smartwatch is powered by Snapdragon W5 Plus Gen 1 processor and runs MIUI x Wear operating system.
- We expect the Xiaomi 13T series as well as the smartwatch to launch globally by the end of this month.
It looks like Wear OS is finally on its way to a renaissance. This year, more OEM partners are working on smartwatch variants based on Google's Android-compatible smartwatch platform, and the good news is that we can expect them to hit the global market soon. Shortly after the release of the OPPO/OnePlus Wear OS smartwatch, we are showing off a Xiaomi Wear OS smartwatch: the Xiaomi Watch 2 Pro.
A new account under the pseudonym MysteryLupin has shared renderings and specifications of the alleged Xiaomi Watch 2 Pro.
According to the leak, the Xiaomi Watch 2 Pro is a smartwatch with a stainless steel body and Gorilla Glass on the front. It will be available in two colors: silver with a leather strap and black with a rubber strap. It also has a rotating crown.
Additionally, the Xiaomi Watch 2 Pro is said to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon W5 Plus Gen 1 processor, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. It is said to sport a 1.43-inch AMOLED display with 466 x 466 pixels and a pixel density of 326 ppi. The battery is said to be 500mAh with a promised battery life of up to 72 hours. It is said to be water resistant up to 5 ATM and will be available in an optional LTE variant.
Xiaomi Watch 2 Pro software features may include exercise tracking, ECG, heart rate monitoring, sleep monitoring and body temperature monitoring.
The most interesting thing is that this smartwatch runs on Wear OS/MIUI. The leader shared this image separately:
Additionally, in a follow-up comment, the source also mentioned that the smartwatch could be priced at €349 (~$372).
The presence of Wear OS and leaked EU pricing suggest that the Xiaomi Watch 2 Pro is set to release globally. This will be the company's second Google-powered smartwatch after the original Mi Watch from 2019, but it will be the first to launch outside of China.
LeakerrealMlgmXyysd informs us that Xiaomi will not release this smartwatch in mainland China and is only for the global market.
It remains to be seen when the company will officially decide to launch this smartwatch. Given the crisp renderings and price leaks, we don't think it's too far off. Xiaomi will launch the Xiaomi 13T in Europe on September 26, which will also be a great occasion for the global launch of the smartwatch.