The Mi Watch Revolve Active smartwatch was released alongside the Mi 11 Lite in India recently. The smartwatch is a follow-up to the Mi Watch Revolve, which was released last year. Blood oxygen saturation, or Sp02, monitoring is now included on the new smartwatch.
The Active variant is only 32 grammes lighter than the Mi Watch Revolve. 117 sports modes, over 100 watch faces with customisation possibilities, about 14 days of battery life, and built-in Alexa connectivity are among the other highlights.
In India, the new Mi Watch Revolve Active smartwatch costs Rs. 9,999. From June 25, the wearable will be available on Amazon India, Mi.com, Mi Home shops, and other retail outlets. The smartwatch will be available for Rs. 8,999 as part of an early bird deal. In addition, an HDFC Bank deal will give you an extra Rs. 750 off on debit, credit, and EMI purchases.
The smartwatch is available in three colours: Beige, Black, and Navy Blue. It comes in six different strap colours: black, blue, green, white, and purple.
The Mi Watch Revolve Active resembles the Mi Watch Revolve in terms of design. For a better wrist grip, it incorporates silicone straps and a buckle fastening. The addition of blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) monitoring is the key highlight. SpO2 readings can detect illnesses such as sleep apnea, COVID-19, and lung diseases early on.
Sleep, heart rate, and stress levels may all be tracked with the watch. It has a VO2 Max sensor that measures the amount of oxygen consumed during intensive workouts. The watch keeps track of your vital signs and respiration, as well as recording your resting heart rate for up to 30 days.
The 420mAh battery on board the Mi Watch Revolve Active, according to Xiaomi, will last for 14 days with regular use. In Long Battery mode, it can last for 22 days, and in Outdoor Sports mode, it can last for 50 hours.