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Xiaomi’s debut smartwatch, the Xiaomi Watch S3, is powered by HyperOS

Xiaomi Watch S3: Xiaomi’s First HyperOS Powered Smartwatch

Xiaomi recently held a major event in China where they unveiled several new products, including the Xiaomi 14 flagship smartphone, a smartwatch, an all-new operating system called HyperOS, a TV, a refrigerator, and even a washing machine. If you’re interested in the smartwatch, here are some important details you should know before making your purchase.

The Xiaomi Watch S3 is the company’s first smartwatch to operate on HyperOS, a new operating system that offers a fluid and unified interactive experience across various Xiaomi devices. This operating system will also be shipped with the newly introduced Xiaomi 14 smartphone.

The smartwatch features a 1.43-inch AMOLED display with a 60Hz refresh rate, 326ppi, 600 nits of brightness, and 256 levels of adaptive brightness. Xiaomi has also introduced a unique interchangeable bezel design, allowing users to easily switch to custom watch bezels by twisting and setting.

In terms of customization, the Xiaomi Watch S3 offers a wide variety of watch faces, including exclusive dynamic animation and sound effects. Additionally, the smartwatch supports over 150 sports modes, making it suitable for a wide range of activities such as outdoor activities, skiing, ball games, dancing, and more.

One of the standout features is the independent dual-frequency five-satellite positioning, which ensures accurate GPS tracking. With the L1+L5 dual-frequency GNSS chip, the smartwatch can utilize all five major satellite systems for precise location tracking.

The Xiaomi Watch S3 is priced at approximately $140 in China. It remains to be seen if Xiaomi will release this HyperOS-powered smartwatch in other countries.

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