Xiaomi WeLoop Hey 3S: Smartwatch in design of Apple Watch Nike Plus

Xiaomi WeLoop Hey 3S: Smartwatch in design of Apple Watch Nike Plus

Xiaomi is cooperating with the Chinese company WeLoop in its latest Crowdfunding project, whose sum, of course, has long since come together. The Xiaomi WeLoop Hey 3S looks like the Apple Watch Nike Plus and costs only 73 euros.

Xiaomi WeLoop Hey 3S Specifications:

Display: 1.28 inches, LCD, color, touch
Resolution: 176 × 176 pixels
Autonomy: 30 days, magnetic charging
Band Material: Silicone
Interfaces: Bluetooth 4.2
Protection from moisture: 50 meters
Navigation: GPS, A-GPS, GLONASS
Sync: Android / iOS
Dimensions: 46.21 × 35.66 × 11.15 mm
Weight: 38 grams
Bloom: black with green / red / gray

Xiaomi has financed another product through its in-house Crowdfunding platform, which is a smartwatch with a proprietary operating system. Wearing the name Xiaomi WeLoop Hey 3S was developed together with WeLoop, which has some of its own smartwatches, including WeLoop Tommy.

Heart rate sensor and GPS

Xiaomi WeLoop Hey 3S: Smartwatch in design of Apple Watch Nike Plus

The Xiaomi WeLoop Hey 3S is equipped with a 1.28-inch display with a resolution of 176 x 176 pixels. In addition to a heart rate sensor, GPS is also installed to record fitness data, which means accurate tracking for runners, cyclists, and co-workers. During the recharge time, Xiaomi works of up to 30 days. In reality, this would be difficult to implement.

Xiaomi WeLoop Hey 3S: Smartwatch in design of Apple Watch Nike Plus

I have to admit, a lot of effort has been given to the design of the 50 meter waterproof. So, it’s probably not expandable apps Xiaomi WeLoop Hey 3S.

Xiaomi WeLoop Hey 3S: Smartwatch in design of Apple Watch Nike Plus

Actually, I thought the times of copying at Xiaomi were over. If you would like to purchase the Smartwatch anyway, this should be possible over the coming months through the well-known import dealers.

Source: NDTV

Xiaomi WeLoop Hey 3S: Smartwatch in design of Apple Watch Nike Plus was last modified: April 29th, 2017 by Boby Sanburn