The CyberOne is the second product coming out of Xiaomi's very own robotics lab, after the CyberDog from August 2021. The humanoid machine has a face in the form of a curved OLED panel, it can hear with two microphones, see the world in 3D and identify 45 types of emotions from human vocal expressions. Its body has a total of 21 degrees of freedom, which are enabled by 13 joints. Its upper limb motors can operate with a precision of up to 1Nm, and its legs are powered by motors of up to 300Nm.

Despite the impressive live demo, Lei said that for now, each CyberOne would cost somewhere in the range of 600,000 to 700,000 yuan (about $89,100 to $104,000), so it'll be a while before his company can mass produce this machine, if ever. It'll be interesting to see how Elon Musk responds to this lookalike of his own big boy.