Xiaomi Watch 2 Pro confirmed to launch on September 26: All details

Xiaomi Watch 2 Pro is all set to make its global debut at the company’s upcoming launch event. The wearable device will be launched next week with upcoming Xiaomi 13T series At the Xiaomi launch September event in Berlin. The company has confirmed the launch with a teaser video on X (formerly known as Twitter), which points to a round dial on the smartwatch. It has also been confirmed by Google to be powered by Wear OS. However, no other details have been confirmed by the company yet. Earlier, it was reported that the upcoming Xiaomi smartwatch may feature an AMOLED display.

Xiaomi has announced Xiaomi launched its upcoming wearable Xiaomi Watch 2 Pro via an X (formerly known as Twitter) post. The smartwatch will be unveiled alongside the Xiaomi 13T series at the company’s event in Berlin on September 26. Xiaomi has also confirmed that the watch will be powered by Google’s Wear OS. The watch also shows a round display in the teaser video. Apart from these, the company has not yet revealed any details about the design and specifications of the smartwatch.

However, a previous report The design, color options and specifications of the soon-to-be-launched smartwatch have been leaked. The wearable is expected to feature a 1.43-inch AMOLED display with a circular rotating dial. The smartwatch is likely to feature HD resolution and always-on display. The report also suggests that the Xiaomi Watch 2 Pro may come in Bluetooth as well as 4G LTE versions.

The report also revealed that the Xiaomi Watch 2 Pro is likely to offer body composition analysis, sleep monitoring, and SpO2 tracking along with multiple sports modes. Furthermore, it is expected to come in two color options – one with a brown leather strap and the other with a black fluoroplastic strap.

Meanwhile, Xiaomi will also launch the Xiaomi 13T series on September 26. Recently, alleged marketing photos of the Xiaomi 13T series were revealed. leak Three different colors of the series have been suggested online, with Leica-tuned cameras at the back. The top-of-the-line Xiaomi 13T Pro is said to run on the MediaTek Dimensity 9200+ SoC, while the vanilla model is likely to be equipped with the MediaTek Dimensity 8200 Ultra SoC under the hood.

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