Xiaomi Watch S1 Pro and Buds 4 Pro to review

Xiaomi Watch S1 Pro and Buds 4 Pro to review

Xiaomi Watch S1 Pro and Buds 4 Pro to review

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Xiaomi just had its big announcement event in Barcelona where the Xiaomi 13 and Xiaomi 13 Pro were launched internationally. We’ve also seen the Watch S1 Pro wearable and the Buds 4 Pro TWS headphones on stage, but more importantly, we’ve got them in the office too.


Gadgets are the two flagship releases in each respectable category – the Watch S1 Pro arrived in black with a black fluoroelastomer strap, and the color is the same for the Buds 4 Pro.

Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro • Xiaomi Watch S1 Pro

Xiaomi offered the Watch S1 Pro in just one size – 46mm in diameter with a 1.47″ AMOLED touchscreen. The matching strap complements the body nicely. There’s a sapphire crystal on top which should protect the screen against virtually all scratches.

The crown button rotates for scrolling and can also be pressed, while the second button is just a shortcut button that acts as a power button when held down. There are also sensors on the back for heart rate tracking and SpO2 (blood oxygen) monitoring.

Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro • Xiaomi Watch S1 Pro

The battery is 500mAh and can be charged with any Qi wireless charger, but Xiaomi has provided its own magnetic charger that snaps comfortably into the back. The loop design is obviously borrowed from Apple, but that’s not a bad thing – if it fits, it holds.

Moving on to the Buds 4 Pro, the buds have been completely redesigned and have nothing in common with the previous series. The stem and bud have an aesthetic curve and one part is glossy while the other is matte, completing the premium design. Likewise, the top of the case is reflective, while the bottom is annoyingly black. The most impressive part is how the buds sit in the case.

Xiaomi Watch S1 Pro and Buds 4 Pro to review

Xiaomi ships audio wearables with two more pairs of rubber tips, but our initial testing shows the medium option is good enough. We also have a white cable which doesn’t quite match the aesthetic vibe, but thankfully the Buds 4 Pro case supports wireless charging, meaning they can get juice on a whim.

The Xiaomi Watch S1 Pro and Xiaomi Buds 4 Pro reviews are already underway, so stay tuned for our verdict on whether they are the wearables to have in 2023.


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