The Xiaomi Watch S3 is reportedly in the works as a successor to last year’s Xiaomi Watch S2. The rumored smartwatch is expected to make its debut in the coming months. Although Xiaomi has not yet confirmed any details about the device, its specs and features were recently leaked online. The wearable is said to have a larger display and a larger battery than its predecessor. Launched last year, the Xiaomi Watch S2 supports over 100 sports modes and also comes equipped with a blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) meter and heart rate tracker.
Tipster Digital Chat Station (translated from Chinese) has leaked the main specifications of the alleged Xiaomi Watch S3. The watch is said to have a large OLED display. It could pack a 520mAh battery and support 4G connectivity. In addition, the tipster said that the upcoming smartwatch will have different sports modes and will be equipped with a blood oxygen sensor as well as a heart rate monitor.
In addition, the upcoming Xiaomi Watch S3 should support voice calls. It is speculated to launch later this year alongside the rumored Xiaomi 14 series, but there are no details from the company on plans to launch its next flagship smartphone series.
The Xiaomi Watch S2 was launched alongside the Xiaomi 13 smartphone series in December last year. It features a round face and comes in 1.43-inch and 1.32-inch screen sizes. The smartwatch has an AMOLED display with a resolution of 466 × 466 pixels. The Xiaomi Watch S2 offers over 100 sports modes including walking, cycling and hiking.
Last year’s Xiaomi Watch S2 also has a heart rate tracker, SpO2 monitor, menstrual cycle tracker and sleep monitoring. The wearable supports Bluetooth v5.2 connectivity. Other features include alarms, reminders, a stopwatch, and message notifications. The Xiaomi Watch S2 also allows users to answer and reject phone calls directly from the watch. It has a built-in microphone and speaker.
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