Xiaomi, one of China's main players in the smartphone market, might be about to expand its wearable portfolio by creating a smartwatch based on WearOS.
The images posted on the account showcase the watch making a call, although it's unclear if users will be able to talk directly through the watch or if this is simply a call answering/declining feature that's available on most competing smartwatches as well.
In the image, we can see that the device will sport a 3D curved glass on the front and an Apple Watch Esque crown on the right.
The Xiaomi Mi Watch isn't a secret anymore, the company's brand new wearable is set to be released in the next week.
On Monday we wrote about the company's upcoming 108-megapixel phone, but now the company has shared many more details (via XDA Developers) about the smartwatch that's about to be unveiled at the event.
The Mi Watch - or whatever Xiaomi decides to call it - will come in black and silver with what looks like a curved OLED display. The wallpapers also look similar to what Apple uses for its Watch series. Now, we have a new render to look at, this time it comes directly from Mijia.
There is a lot we already know about the Xiaomi Watch such as it being powered by a Snapdragon 3100 processor, having an eSIM, NFC, GPS, WiFi, and Bluetooth.
That teaser image also confirms the company will be introducing its next device on November 5 in China, but we don't now know if it'll be available in the US, UK or Australia.