Following on from the OTA update it received for iOS support in December, a new update teased by the company indicates the Apple Watch clone will receive a few new features: tracking for 'body energy' and stress, as well as notification improvements.
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The body energy monitoring is the most intriguing aspect from the new update, though we're not completely sure on the details just yet, as we're roughly translating from the teaser Xiaomi posted on Weibo, shown below.
However, we expect it to work in a similar way to Garmin's Body Battery metric, which blends together heart rate variability, figures from stress tracking and overall activity to estimate the energy levels of the user.
In terms of the notification changes, when a new one is received, the watch will now light up and show a preview.
Of course, while this is exciting news for anybody who owns a Mi Watch in China, we're still awaiting word on when a global version of the device will be launched.
When it does - and we suspect it will happen over the first half of 2020 - it's likely that all these new features will also come with it.
Until then, though, keep an eye out on all the new features slowly arriving to the smartwatch. This one will begin its rollout from 17 January and finish on 22 January.