Now a days, Xiaomi’s co-founder De Liu said that the brand would release its first smartwatch in the second half of this year. Meanwhile, the company has launched a neat wearable for kids called the Mituwatch. Mainly, the device is targeted at parents who want to keep a track of their children and the wrist band comes with built in GPS and an SOS button, which when pressed records a seven-second audio track, and sends it to parent’s phone along with the real-time location of the kid.
Specifications are the Xiaomi Mituwatch comes with an LED dot-matrix display and food-grade silicon strap. The wearable comes with a dedicated app, which offers some extra functions. It lets you set up secure zones for your kids, so if they leave the certain area, you will be notified on your phone immediately. The app lets you add up to 12 emergency contacts if needed, all of whom will be notified in case of an emergency.
The Mituwatch provides industry grade audio amplifier and voice calls, and comes with a built-in Mi phone card with a 10 Yuan credit (in China). It has a built-in pedometer, WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, GLONASS and is backed by 300mAh battery which is rated to deliver six days of standby time.The Xiaomi Mituwatch is compatible with devices running Android 4.2 or above, and iOS 8 or above.
Xiaomi Mituwatch comes in pink and blue hues.