Xiaomi Watch 2 Pro to rival Pixel Watch 2 and Galaxy Watch6 as new Wear OS smartwatch with stainless steel case and advanced health tracking features
A relatively unknown Twitter account posting as @MysteryLupin has shared new information and renders of the Watch 2 Pro, Xiaomi's next flagship smartwatch. For reference, while the account has only posted four times so far, it appears to have leaked Samsung Galaxy S23 FE renders before The Tech Outlook did. Thus, the account could be a new moniker for an older leak that has since been banned from the platform.
As far as we can tell, the renders embedded below were not revealed last week by MySmartPrice in any capacity. With that said, they match the design presented previously, legitimising them somewhat. Incidentally, this is the first time that the back of the smartwatch has been shown, linking the marketing name 'Watch 2 Pro' to the model number 'M2233W1'.
Reportedly, the Watch 2 Pro could mark Xiaomi's return to Wear OS after a four-year absence. While Xiaomi has not commented on this yet, 9to5Google claimed that this could be the case earlier this year. To that end, @MysteryLupin adds that the Watch 2 Pro will rely on the Snapdragon W5 Plus Gen 1, currently Qualcomm's flagship smartwatch. Moreover, the Watch 2 Pro is said to feature 2 GB of RAM, 32 GB of storage and a 500 mAh battery.
Furthermore, Xiaomi will offer the Watch 2 Pro with optional LTE connectivity, a stainless steel case and Corning Gorilla Glass. Elsewhere, the smartwatch is rumoured to be capable of taking ECGs and monitoring body temperature changes. Supposedly, Xiaomi will sell the Watch 2 Pro for approximately €400, which would put it in direct competition with the Pixel Watch 2 and Galaxy Watch6 series.