The Xiaomi Watch S1 Active price in Nepal is Rs. 22,999. It is available at all Xiaomi authorized stores across Nepal.
Along with the sporty-looking S1 Active, the Chinese manufacturer also launched the more premium Xiaomi S1 at the event. However, the arrival of the Watch S1 in Nepal is not confirmed yet.
So, let’s take a look at the specs and features of the Xiaomi S1 Active!
Xiaomi Watch S1 Active Specifications
- Body: 46.5 x 47.3 x 11 mm (without strap), 36.3 g, 5ATM water-resistant
- Build: Plastic back, glass front, glass fibre-reinforced polyamide frame
- Display: 1.43 inches AMOLED
- Screen Resolution: 466 x 466 pixels, ~326 PPI
- Wrist Strap: Detachable, White silicone, black and blue TPU, 160-220 mm length
- Connectivity: Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth 5.2, A2DP, LE
- Battery Capacity: 470mAh (Typ.), Up to 14 days (advertised)
- Charging Type: magnetic pin charging
- Sensors: Heart rate sensor (with blood oxygen sensor), accelerometer, gyroscope, geomagnetic sensor, atmospheric sensor, ambient light sensor
- GNSS: GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO, BDS, QZSS
- Speaker: Yes
- Colors: Moon White, Ocean Blue, Space Black
Xiaomi Watch S1 Active Price in Nepal: Rs. 22,999
Xiaomi Watch S1 Active Overview
Design and Display
The Xiaomi Watch S1 Active has a glass fibre-reinforced polyamide (basically plastic) construction except for the bezel, which is made of aluminium. It’s a 46mm watch that weighs a little over 36g.
The smartwatch is available in three colours Moon White, Ocean Blue, and Space Black. The circular 1.43-inch AMOLED display is topped with tempered glass, unlike the sapphire glass found on the more expensive Xiaomi S1.
The right side contains two buttons, while the left side’s plastic back panel includes a speaker cutout. It is certified to 5ATM standards, which means it can survive in water up to 50 metres in depth for 10 minutes.
Health and Other Features
The smartwatch has a PPG bio-sensor that can measure the user’s heart rate 24 hours a day. The watch can also monitor blood oxygen (SpO2) and sleep patterns.
Furthermore, it has stress detection and women’s health tracking features along with breathing exercises and a health index. The smartwatch includes more than 200 watch faces with various themes.
For fitness enthusiasts, it has 19 professional fitness modes and 98 expanded fitness modes. Some of the fitness modes available on the smartwatch include freestyle workouts, trekking, outdoor cycling, swimming, treadmill, walking, and yoga.
To get the position information, the smartwatch supports five satellite positioning systems: GPS, BeiDou, GLONASS, Galileo, and QZSS. It also supports Bluetooth phone call that uses the watch’s built-in microphone and speaker.
The smartwatch also supports Alexa voice assistant and Mastercard NFC cashless payment.
Connectivity and Battery
The Xiaomi watch S1 Active is compatible with both Android and iPhone devices. It supports Bluetooth 5.2 and connects to devices via Mi Fitness phone app.
It comes with a 470mAh battery. Xiaomi claims that the battery can last up to 12 days in typical usage mode. For charging, it comes with a magnetic dock with 2 pin connectors.
Xiaomi Watch S1 Active Price in Nepal and Availability
The Xiaomi Watch S1 Active price in Nepal is Rs. 22,999. It’s available at Xiaomi authorized stores across Nepal.
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The Xiaomi Watch S1 Active is a sporty-looking smartwatch that offers the same features as the more expensive Xiaomi Watch S1. It has an AMOLED display, a long battery life claim, and good fitness support.
It would have been great if the watch supported wireless charging.
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