Xiaomi Launches GPS-Enabled Mi Bunny Smartwatch For Kids At $50

Xiaomi has launched its new Mi Bunny smartwatch in China specifically aimed at children. This new Xiaomi Mi Bunny kid’s wearable combines a cute exterior with GPS survellance and many more to unveil now. The new Mi Bunny for kids smartwatch also embedded with unicom SIM and other useful features under-the-hood of children’s wrist.

Costs $49.99! The Mi Bunny smartwatch for kids allows them to make and receive calls thanks to the SIM card inside. It can store upto 12 members contacts. Details, along with GPS, it supports GLONAA standard and comes equipped with offering connectivity options such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth syncs. This smartwatch for kids has multiple and redundant positioning capabilities.

The smartwatch for kids Xiaomi Mi Bunny they call it automatically records the history, tracks everyday and even record route continuously for three months. This kids smartwatch has a panic button which sends out signals to parents when kids in danger. Additionally, it includes position data, seven seconds of recording environment and sends it with the location to their parents’ smartphone. The local data, trasmitted data, and of course the data stored in the Mi Cloud are all encrypted.

The Mi Bunny is compatible with phones running Android 4.2 and above. Made of plastic and featuring silicone straps, and this timepiece from Xiaomi for Kids packs in a 300mAh battery, offers six days of standby time, and weighs in at 37 grams. A more adult-friendly smartwatch is slated to make its debut sometime in the Q2 of 2016.

This Xiaomi’s Mi Bunny, a $50 smartwatch aimed at children is priced at 299 Yuan ($46 approximately) and comes in blue and pink colors for availability.