The device runs Google's Wear OS platform with Xiaomi's own MIUI skin on top; could it be an Apple Watch of China?
The Mi Ultrasonic Toothbrush can send up to 31,000 vibrations per minute to your teeth, while supporting a few app-enabled custom brushing modes.
Jain has served as the head of India operations since 2014, and he will continue to oversee the India operations as Managing Director.
His tenure at Xiaomi will end after the Chinese New Year, after which he will return to Silicon Valley.
Xiaomi is looking to get its share of the fast-growing mHealth market and in this infographic, we explore the company's moves in the last few years...
The fast-growing smartphone maker has been making moves left and right to ensure its piece of the digital health market in China and elsewhere.
The device features a single motor, dual booster fans, and three filter layers which combined deliver an effective range of up to 39.6 m2.
The new heart rate tracking adds to existing capabilities of tracking steps and sleep, with features like vibrating and LED notifications remaining in place.
Chinese sport enthusiast can choose between two models, one of which is a brand new design, while the other is an existing style adapted to take the sensor.
The Chinese company is working on a successor to its affordable Mi Band, having already cleared that device with Taiwan's National Communications Commission.
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