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Xiaomi tipped to launch Redmi Watch on November 26 alongside the Redmi Note 9 series

The Redmi Watch may resemble the Xiaomi Mi Watch. (Image source: Xiaomi)
The Redmi Watch may resemble the Xiaomi Mi Watch. (Image source: Xiaomi)
This week will be a busy one for Xiaomi, with the launch of the Poco M3 and new Redmi Note 9 series devices scheduled for Tuesday and Thursday, respectively. However, the company has hinted that more 'smart things' will be arriving at Thursday's event, possibly including two versions of the Redmi Watch.

It seems that Xiaomi may unveil more than just the Redmi Note 9 series on November 26. According to an official teaser, the Chinese company will also use its event on Thursday to showcase other 'smart things', which could well include a Redmi-branded smartwatch.

Xiaomi certified the REDMIWT01 with the MIIT in September, for example, which certainly reads like Redmi Watch 01. Additionally, Xiaomi certified the Mi Watch Lite with the FCC last month, to which it assigned the model number REDMIWT02.

Hence, it would seem that Xiaomi plans to announce two versions of the Redmi Watch. According to box art published by the FCC, the REDMIWT02 has a 1.4-inch display, along with built-in GPS, a heart rate monitor and a 230 mAh battery.

It is unclear what separates the REDMIWT01 from the REDMIWT02, though. However, all may become clear this Thursday at Xiaomi's Redmi Note 9 launch event. Xiaomi will also be announcing the Poco M3 this week, about which it has already teased multiple specifications.

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Alex Alderson, 2020-11-23 (Update: 2020-11-23)
Alex Alderson
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