World’s first smart electric toothbrush with a touch LCD panel launched

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The Chinese tech firm Xiaomi has recently released a new smart electric toothbrush under its crowdfunding platform. The new toothbrush is an electric model, unlike the initial mechanical toothbrush that has been in the market for a while now. This electric toothbrush was developed with the collaboration of Huami, the only partner of Xiaomi wearables and Oclean, a smart electric toothbrush manufacturer that has almost 100 patents in the health care industry.

In general, Oclean toothbrushes need to pair to an app which will let you customize your cleaning schedules and set alerts to remind you to clean your teeth. As of now, Xiaomi has partnered with Oclean and a touch display has been embedded which appears to be the same screen that we already saw in Mi Band 3. Now users may not need to get into the app to view certain details such as cleaning score or battery life of the toothbrush. Nevertheless, you will still need to open the app to get a detailed cleaning analysis of your teeth.

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As reported by GizmoChina, the pictures of the electric toothbrush have been shared on Chinese social media site Weibo. The pictures have revealed the toothbrush which appears to be a combination of Oclean electric toothbrush and a Mi Band 3 but obviously, it lacks strap.

In contrast to the Xiaomi’s wristband, the smart toothbrush is a color one. But we talk about the overall design of the touch panel of the toothbrush it greatly resembles the Mi Band 3. People on Weibo have also shared images of customized versions of the upcoming toothbrush. One of those pictures reveals the Avenger – End Game theme and the other appears to be made for Iron Man fans.

Written by Sajeel Syed
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