Mibro Air: Xiaomi's latest smartwatch is now available for a bargain price
The Xiaomi Mibro Air offers a 1.28-inch display, a heart rate sensor, IP68 certification and up to 25 days of battery life - all for US$29.99. The smartwatch includes 12 sports modes and has a digital crown, too.
The Mibro Air is Xiaomi's latest budget smartwatch, albeit one that is not all that smart when it is disconnected from a smartphone. The Mibro Air does not support Wi-Fi or LTE, so it receives all its data via a Bluetooth connection with an Android smartphone or an iPhone.
Nonetheless, the Mibro Air also features a heart rate sensor, sleep tracking, customisable watch faces and 12 sports modes. The smartwatch is IP68 certified against dust and water and weighs just 40 g without a strap.
Its 1.28-inch display is also a touchscreen, but there is a digital crown for navigating the UI, too. The display operates natively at 240 x 240 pixels, for reference. Additionally, there is a 200 mAh battery that will supposedly last up to 25 days on a single charge.
The Mibro Air is available to order now from multiple third-party retailers, including AliExpress, Banggood and Gearbest. However, it is cheapest at Banggood, where it currently sells for US$29.99.
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