Being a 'smart' product, various aspects of the toothbrush can be controlled via its smartphone companion using Bluetooth. The toothbrush supports wireless charging and packs a 1000mAh battery that Xiaomi claims lasts up to 25 days and takes 16 hours to charge fully. A wireless charging module is also available. The app will also be display the battery life of the toothbrush.
The toothbrush makes use of a magnetic levitation acoustic wave motor with swing speeds of up to 37,200 times per minute. The toothbrush's bristle has been made by US-based company DuPont and is 0.152mm thin. According to a report by Gizmo China, the toothbrush has a sensitive as well as deep cleaning brush head.
Stating the obvious, the toothbrush is waterproof and is IPX7-certified. The toothbrush has been launched under Xiaomi's crowdfunding platform and will start shipping in August.
Xiaomi, just last week, launched a portable mosquito repellent device for just $4 (approximately Rs. 270). The device was launched under company's MIJIA or Smart Home, which is the rebranded Mi Eco-system. The mosquito repellent measures 4.6 centimetres in diameter, weighs just 25 grams and is now available for purchase in China.