The device was launched alongside the Redmi Note 9T and Redmi 9T smartphones in the European region.
Xiaomi has also confirmed that the smart clock will connect to music streaming services to stream songs.
It can also connect with the smart security cameras and show the video footage from them so that users can keep an eye on the main door, their pets and kids. Or simply keep an eye on other parts of the house.
Xiaomi has clarified that the clock comes with built-in Chromecast support. However, it’s functionality is yet to be seen as the company did not showcase it during the launch.
The Mi Smart Clock comes with a 3.97-inch touch colour display and two far-field microphones that will allow users to interact with Google Assistant.
Apart from this, the smart clock also comes with a dedicated sunrise mode which increases the brightness of the display gradually with the alarm.
As far as pricing is concerned, the Mi Smart Clock is priced at €49.99 in European countries which roughly converts to Rs 4,500.
As of now, there’s no information on whether the company is planning to launch the clock in other parts of the world.