Xiaomi Watch 2 Pro May Powered By Wear OS

Xiaomi is already familiar with the smartwatch’s tech market. Previously, it was reported that the brand is working on introducing its new smartwatch, which will run on Wear OS 3, and now the watch is finally this close to taking the stage. 

Xiaomi has its smartwatches, but no one runs on Wear OS, which the users face a drawback of limited apps and services. Previously, the brand used a lightweight operating system to deliver strong enough battery life to its wearables. But in the end, Xiaomi decided to change the scheme and go with Google’s Wear OS through “Xiaomi Watch 2 Pro.”  

A post on X, formerly Twitter, shared by @MysteryLupin, revealed the render of the upcoming Xiaomi Watch 2 Pro. The post shared is a new account, so believing in the renders is tough. 

However, the renders indicate that the Xiaomi Watch 2 Pro is expected to run on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon W5+ chip, where the RAM will be 2GB, and storage will be 32GB, which makes this an appealing device based on its raw power alone. It is also expected to feature a 1.43-inch display, stainless steel, and Gorilla Glass build, and the water resistance will be 5ATM with a rotating crown, optional LTE, and the support of a 500 mAh battery.  

Jumping on its hardware, it is expected that the watch’s body splits the difference between classy and sporty noticeably looks like Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 4 Classic in all angles. For charging, pins are available instead of wireless charging. The most exciting part is its software. It is highly expected to feature Wear OS with an MIUI skin. 

It is not clear yet what’s in the store for the software, but the Watch 2 Pro is said to launch along with the Xiaomi 13T as soon as possible with a price of €349 in Europe. Whereas the release in the US is not expected. While the noticeable fact is, Wear OS blocked manufacturing skins for a couple of years, which has changed. The Korean brand Samsung has One UI on its smartwatches, Mobvoi has TicWatch, and other brands have taken liberties along with the design. 


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