Xiaomi rolled out a smartwatch for kids earlier this year, and the vendor is now following up with a version for adults. Dubbed Amazfit, the wearable is manufactured by Xiaomi's ecosystem partner Huami, the same company that makes the Mi Band.
Xiaomi has been offering wearables in the Amazfit line since September 2015, with the smartwatch becoming the latest addition to the series. The Amazfit watch doesn't run Android Wear, but Xiaomi says that it will interface with the Mi Fit app to show activity and usage statistics.
The watch offers a 1.34-inch display with a resolution of 300 x 300, and runs on a 1.2GHz processor along with 512MB of RAM. You get 4GB of onboard storage, and the 200mAh battery is touted to last five days on a full charge, or 30 hours if you have GPS enabled. There's also a heart rate sensor at the back, and Xiaomi has inked a deal with Alibaba to bring the AliPay digital wallet to the watch.
The ceramic bezel features scratch-resistant material, and you have the option of switching out the 22mm bands and adding your own. The Amazfit is certified IP67, making it resistant to dust and water.
As is the case with all Xiaomi products, the Amazfit smartwatch is priced very aggressively, with the watch slated to go on sale in China from August 31 for ¥799 ($120).