As a tech company, Xiaomi has got its fingers into almost every facet of the industry. In India however, the company is still known primarily as a smartphone maker. But, it seems like Xiaomi is intent on changing that perception. The company has already launched its TVs here and through Huami (which it owns), the company is launching fitness-centric smartwatches. While the company did sort-of enter the fitness wearable category with its Mi Band range of devices, It wasn’t as feature rich as Huami’s Amazfit wearables.
I have with me the Huami Amazfit Stratos, the more expensive of the two devices launched by the company at Rs 15,999. On paper, the device claims to offer a number of features. But are they good enough to compete against the likes of the Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro (review) and the Fitbit Versa (review)? Let’s find out.
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