Xiaomi Watch S1 Pro can now be used with the WeChat app



Xiaomi S1 Pro Watch The most recent smartwatch launched by Xiaomi is known as Xiaomi Watch S1 Pro. In August, during the Xiaomi Mix Fold 2 launch event, it was presented to the public for the first time.

Even after several months, the wearable has not been available in any other country besides China. For more updates newsyorbit.com

The company announced a bit earlier today that the WeChat app is now available to download on this smartwatch. Let’s take a look at the various functions that can be performed by using this program.
In China, the most popular program for sending and receiving instant messages is called WeChat. It is the means by which people maintain their connectivity through the use of the Internet.

Availability of the Xiaomi Watch S1 Pro


The Xiaomi Watch S1 Pro now supports the availability of this application. Because of this, the new smartwatch that the company has launched is now one of the few RTOS-enabled wearables that supports WeChat.

Xiaomi S1 Pro Watch

Users can use virtually all of WeChat’s core features on their wrists, including the app’s voice calling and messaging capabilities. They can send their responses to messages in a variety of formats thanks to the app.

They can communicate not only through written words, but also through voice and emojis. In addition, they have the ability to view the photos that are sent to them in chats.


Users will almost certainly need to install the WeChat app on their smartwatches via the companion app.

Xiaomi S1 Pro Watch
Xiaomi S1 Pro Watch

Right now, the Xiaomi Watch S1 Pro is the most premium piece of wearable tech the firm offers to buy. It can be purchased there for the equivalent of 1,499 yuan.


When it was first released, the watch already included support for various third-party apps, including Baidu Map, NetEase Cloud Music, QQ Music, and a few more.

The RTOS platform may eventually support additional applications developed by third-party developers.

Because practically all Chinese Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) uses RTOS for their entry level as well as their high end smartwatches. We cannot predict with any degree of precision whether or not this trend will spread outside of mainland China. For more updates newsyorbit.com



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