PUMA launched its first smartwatch in partnership with Fossil Group in India. The smartwatch comes from a sports brand, so it is quite obvious that it will be styled sporty. The main highlight is that it runs on WearOS with a heart rate sensor, GPS, Rapid charging, Activity Tracking and more.
PUMA Smartwatch Launched In India
The PUMA smartwatch (viz PT9100, PT9101, and PT9102) will pack in a 1.19 inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 390 x 390 pixels, powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 3100, coupled with 512MB RAM, paired with 4GB ROM, and speaking of battery life, PUMA claims up to 1 to 2 days on a single charge with a two hour charging time.
It runs on WearOS which means the device can sync up with Google Fit, along with the GPS sensor, allows Activity Tracking like pilates, rowing, or spinning, and count reps from strength training workouts such as pushups. Users can also track heart rate, activity goals, goal progress, and completion.
The PUMA smartwatch connects via Bluetooth 4.2 and also features an NFC chip that can be used for Google payments. Being a PUMA sporty smartwatch, there is also water-resistant up to 50M. The PUMA smartwatch comes in three colors; Black, White and Yellow and is available for purchase on Flipkart for a price of Rs 19,995.
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