Xiaomi Unveils Smart Watches with Dual Cameras for Child Monitoring

Chinese electronics manufacturer Xiaomi has recently unveiled the new children’s smartwatch called Mitu Children’s Watch S1. The watch is packed with features aimed at ensuring the safety and health of children, while also providing entertainment. Set to be available for purchase on May 31, 2024, the Mitu Children’s Watch S1 will be priced at 1199 yuan (approximately 166 US dollars).

The Mitu Children’s Watch S1 features a 1.78-inch LCD display with a resolution of 448 x 368 pixels, 1 GB of RAM, and 8 GB of internal memory. It supports five global positioning systems, including GPS, Beidou, Glonass, Galileo, and QZSS, and can store the child’s location history for up to 90 days.

Not only does the MITU S1 provide real-time coordinates, but it can also detect deviations from a set route, such as the path to school, and track excessively long trips. The smartwatch is equipped with two cameras – a 5 MP front camera and an 8 MP main camera. Parents can switch between cameras during video calls to not only see their child but also their surroundings.

Additionally, the Mitu Children’s Watch S1 includes health monitoring features that enable tracking of fatigue levels, stress, emotional state, pulse, and blood oxygen levels. Educational apps covering various subjects like history, music, mathematics, logic, and puzzles come pre-installed on the device.

The Mitu S1 employs multi-level encryption to safeguard confidential data. It also comes with a removable case for easy photo and video capture, and the battery can be fully charged in just 6 minutes.

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