Redmi launched a slew of products alongside the Redmi K60 series of smartphones in China today. Among the products were the Redmi Watch 3 and the Redmi Band 2. The former is a follow-up to last year's Watch 2, while the latter arrives as the successor to the original Redmi Band that launched back in 2020. Continue reading to know more about the specifications, features, and pricing of the Redmi Watch 3 and the Redmi Band 2.
Redmi Watch 3 specifications, features
The Redmi Watch 3 sports a square dial with a 1.75-inch AMOLED panel that offers an HD resolution and a 60Hz refresh rate. In comparison to its predecessor, it provides a 14.8% larger screen area and a peak brightness of 600-nits. The wearable is waterproof up to 50 metres, and there is a button on the right side.
The Redmi Watch 3 comes with a heart-rate monitor, an SpO2 sensor, a sleep and stress tracker, a breathing exercise feature, and a women's menstrual cycle monitor. More than 120 exercises are supported by the wearable device. It has an integrated GPS for tracking outdoor activities as well.
The Watch 3 features Bluetooth voice calling, SOS emergency mode, and other convenient features. It is equipped with a 289mAh battery unit, that is said to provide 12 days of usage.
Redmi Band 2 specifications, features
The Redmi Band 2 features a 1.47-inch display that is claimed to be 76% larger than that of the previous model. There are no buttons on the device and it is 9.99mm thin. The smart band is water resistant up to 5 ATM. Similar health-tracking sensors are included in the fitness band as in the Redmi Watch 3. It does, however, offer 30 different sports modes. A 210mAh battery unit powers the Redmi Band 2, which is said to last 14 days on a single charge.
Redmi Watch 3, Redmi Band 2 price, availability
The Redmi Watch 3 is available in two colour options: Elegant Black and Ivory White. It has been priced at CNY 499 (roughly Rs 5,900). The Redmi Band 2 also comes in two colours: Midnight Black and Dream White; and it costs CNY 159 (roughly Rs 1,900). Both wearable devices can be purchased starting today in China.