Xiaomi has unveiled a new smartwatch that aims to provide children with certain tracking features. The smartwatch is called Xiaomi Mitu Children Learning Watch 4 Pro. In case the name sounds fancy enough to you, well, that’s probably because the smartwatch has been launched in the Chinese market. Although wearable devices are not really new for Xiaomi, this particular smartwatch, however, is eye-catching for a few reasons. First things first, it offers youth centric features to an extent that it ends up being an ideal choice for children. Let’s take a look at everything Xiaomi Mitu Children Learning Watch 4 Pro has to offer for 1,299 yuan (~$187):
In a nutshell, Xiaomi Mitu Children Learning Watch 4 Pro has a 1.78-inch display to offer, along with the pixel density of 326ppi. For further protection to some extent, the watch also features a protective layer of 2.5D curved glass. The sturdiness and rigidity of the smartwatch is taken care of by diamond-like coating process and 9H hardness, which is supposed to make the smartwatch scratch-resistant while at the same time protecting it from damage in case of drops. That’s pretty much about the display. Let’s see what else Xiaomi Mitu Children Learning Watch 4 Pro brings to the table.
Some of the talking points of this watch have to be HD-dual cameras and dual-frequency GPS positioning. On the connectivity front, the smartwatch also packs 4G LTE and support for NFC. As far as its camera offerings are concerned, there is a 5-megapixel wide-angle camera shooter along with an f/2.4 aperture, 82-degree field-of-view, among other things. Not to forget, there’s another camera featuring an 8-megapixel zoom camera on the side. In fact, both the cameras can remain active simultaneously. Isn’t that cool?
Powering the device is Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2500 chipset and 1GB of RAM. Furthermore, the smartwatch packs 8GB of internal storage and runs Android 8.1 operating system with the custom skin out of the box.
Xiaomi has also equipped the device with ten-fold AI positioning to ensure accurate tracking. Interestingly enough, the smartwatch also supports indoor positioning of more than 4,000 shopping malls, railway stations and airports. But the feature currently works only in China.
Thanks to support for AI learning machines and a voice assistant, users can access a variety of apps ranging from Chinese, English, Maths, Social, Fun, etc. Right now, we see no reason why Xiaomi would want to release Xiaomi Mitu Children Learning Watch 4 Pro in Nepal market. But even if it does, we won’t be surprised either. (*Winks*)