Redmi Watch 3 Active will be launched in the Indian market soon. Ahead of its debut, the watch has been teased on the company’s India website, listing some of the key specs of the wearable. The smartwatch has already been launched in global markets with a 1.83-inch rectangular LCD screen. Supports Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity. The watch offers several health suites including a blood oxygen sensor, heart rate monitor, sleep monitor, and various watch faces. The Redmi Watch 3 Active is said to come in two color options.
Xiaomi has confirmed will launch the new Redmi Watch 3 Active in India on August 1. The launch page is now live on the official website and it reveals the design and some of the key specifications. The watch will have a design similar to its global variant. It will come in two color tones: black and gray and will sport a rectangular sphere with a metallic finish. The watch will also have a push button on the right edge.
As per the teased specifications, the new Redmi Watch 3 Active will support Bluetooth calling along with Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity, 24×7 health monitoring sensors, and more than 100 sports modes. The smartwatch will also offer more than 200 faces and a water resistance of up to 5ATM. It also teases providing up to 12 days of battery backup on a single charge.
Other than these details, Xiaomi has yet to reveal any specifications. However, the watch is expected to have similar specifications as its global variant. The Redmi Watch 3 Active has been launched globally with a 1.83-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 240×280 pixels and up to 450 nits of adjustable brightness.
The global variant of the smartwatch is powered by a 289 mAh battery which is claimed to offer up to 12 days of battery life with normal usage and up to eight days with heavy usage. The watch supports a magnetic charger. The smartwatch measures 46.94 x 38.88 x 10.94mm and weighs around 41.67g in the global market.
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