Xiaomi Watch 2 Pro review

Introduction

The best way to compete in the premium smartwatch market is to join Google’s Wear OS (or be an Apple Watch), or so Xiaomi thought as it was designing the Watch 2 Pro. The move opens up the Play Store and all of its apps, while the Snapdragon W5+ Gen 1 platform – a big 4nm step up from the S1 Pro – takes things up a further notch. The chipset is a rarity among Wear OS watches outside of the Mobvoi TicWatch Pro 5.

The move to a proper OS also means that the Xiaomi Watch 2 Pro lasts about two days, while the watch it replaces had its battery life measured in weeks. That’s a…

​ Introduction

The best way to compete in the premium smartwatch market is to join Google’s Wear OS (or be an Apple Watch), or so Xiaomi thought as it was designing the Watch 2 Pro. The move opens up the Play Store and all of its apps, while the Snapdragon W5+ Gen 1 platform – a big 4nm step up from the S1 Pro – takes things up a further notch. The chipset is a rarity among Wear OS watches outside of the Mobvoi TicWatch Pro 5.

The move to a proper OS also means that the Xiaomi Watch 2 Pro lasts about two days, while the watch it replaces had its battery life measured in weeks. That’s a…   Read More GSMArena.com – Latest articles 

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