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Xiaomi Mi Watch running Wear OS may be presented in October

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A Chinese insider announced that Xiaomi is expected to announce a smartwatch this month. They will be equipped with a Xiaomi Wear chip, support for eSIM, LTE, NFC and voice communication.

It is clarified that the smartwatch will work on a modified Wear OS from Google, which may be called Mi Wear OS. An alleged image of the watch is also attached, although there is no evidence of its authenticity.

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Earlier in the Wear OS application code for managing smart watches with this operating system , mentions of a device called Mi Watch and the plug-in application com.xiaomi.wearable were found.

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