Xiaomi had launched its first true smartwatch Mi Watch the last November. After so many hypes and hopes, it entered into the market to minimize the price for good quality smartwatches. We know Xiaomi for its prices and the services since the Redmi Note series. When Mi Watch launched at the end of last year in China, many users thought it could soon land in other countries. The users were clear about their first smartwatches, like Android’s Wear OS skin, deeper storage, a wide variety of straps, heart rate & sleep tracking, cheaper price, and many more features on the board.
Now, we are in 2020 and still, there is no news about the global Mi Watch or Mi Watch Color version. It is the reason most users are now buying Mi Watch or Mi Watch Color from China. There is no problem with buying or ordering smartwatch from China, but the problem is the Chinese version supports the Chinese language. Many first time users don’t know how to change the default language of wearable so they could use a watch in their native languages.
The default Chinese version comes with the Chinese language, and the global version for China available in English, Italian, French, German, Dutch, Chinese, and Portuguese languages. If you have bought an international model of Mi Watch then easily you can change the default one. Still, if English is not your preferred language then also you can set to other supported languages. Here is the simple guide to change the language on Xiaomi Mi Watch or Mi Watch Color.
Change language on Mi Watch
For iPhone Users
1. On the paired smartphone, go to Settings
2. Then select General
3. Here, tap on Language & Region
4. Now choose your language and enable it
For Android Users
1. On a Paired smartphone, Open Settings
2. Scroll down and tap on General management
3. Here you will see Language & Input. Tap on it
4. After that, select Language and tap on Add language
5. From the list choose your language & activate it
You don’t have to do anything on your smartwatch. Once you change the language of your smartphone then automatically your watch will adopt it. Note that, Android has lost of mobiles and every phone company uses different user interfaces. In this case, the menus & their names might be different, so go to the Settings & find out the Language option.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.