Fitbit has launched Charge 4, the company’s next-generation fitness tracker in India after it launched the Charge 3 back in 2018. It has built-in GPS and Spotify (Premium required), features a swimproof design, an inductive button, a scratch-resistant screen, a bright, crisp touchscreen display that is easy to view in natural light and promises up to 7 days of battery life. Continue reading “Fitbit Charge 4 with swimproof design, built-in GPS, up to 7 days battery life launched in India starting at Rs. 14999”
Along with the realme 6 series, the company also launched the realme Band its first fitness band in India, as it had promised. The realme Band has a 0.96-inch LCD screen, comes with heart rate sensor, has 9 sports modes that includes run, walk, hiking, climbing, yoga, fitness, spinning, bike and cricket mode, and can store 3 modes in the band at a time. It will come with sleep tracking similar to most other bands, and feature built-in charging port. Continue reading “Realme Band with 0.96-inch color display, heart rate sensor, IP68 water resistance launched in India for Rs. 1499”
HUAWEI just launched the HUAWEI Band 4, the company’s latest smart band in India. This features a 0.96-inch LCD color touch screen with 2.5D curved glass and an oleophobic coating in addition to Home button, comes with continuous heart rate tracking with HONOR’s TruSeen 3.5 heart rate monitor technology, and is also water resistant up to 50 meters. It has automatic activity tracking. Continue reading “HUAWEI Band 4 with 0.96-inch color display, 50-meter water resistance, built-in USB connector launched in India for Rs. 1999”
HUAWEI’s HONOR brand just launched the HONOR Band 5i, a cheaper version of the HONOR Band 5 in India, as it had announced. This features a 0.96-inch LCD color touch screen in addition to Home button, comes with HONOR Clock Face Store for a lot of watch faces, continuous heart rate tracking with HONOR’s TruSeen 3.0 heart rate monitor technology, and is also water resistant up to 50 meters. It has automatic activity tracking that lets you track running, cycling, swimming and more. Continue reading “HONOR Band 5i with 0.96-inch color display, 50-meter water resistance, built-in USB connector launched in India for Rs. 1999”
Fitbit, earlier this year, announced a couple of affordable fitness trackers under Inspire series replacing the Flex and Alta lineup. Fitbit Inspire series features a new modern and comfortable design and has all the essential features, including automatic activity, exercise and sleep tracking to help users stay on track. Fitbit Inspire and Inspire HR both have a touchscreen display, swim-proof design, support smartphone notifications, and offer up to 5 days of battery life. In a market flooded with affordable activity trackers, how does Inspire HR fair out? Read on our full review to find out. Continue reading “Fitbit Inspire HR Review”
International Data Corporation (IDC) released global smartphone shipments and India smartphone shipments during Q3 2019 recently, and now it has released the report for worldwide wearable shipments during the 3rd quarter of 2019.
Continue reading “Global wearable shipments reach 84.5 million units during Q3 2019, up 94.6% YoY; Apple and Xiaomi continue to lead: IDC”
HUAWEI at its China event earlier also introduced the Band 4 Pro, the company’s latest fitness tracker and the successor of last year’s Band 3 Pro. This has the same 0.95-inch AMOLED color 2.5D curved glass touch screen display as well as a home button, comes with continuous heart rate tracking and is also water resistant up to 50 meters with Swim stroke recognition, but this comes with GPS support so that you can record movement during fitness activities in real time without a mobile phone. Continue reading “HUAWEI Band 4 Pro with 0.95-inch AMOLED color display, GPS, NFC, 50-meter water resistance announced”
Infinix has launched Band 5, the company’s latest fitness tracker and the successor of the Xband 3 which was launched back in June. It has 0.96-inch color screen that displays icons for different functions. It lets you monitor your heart rate and the fitness band is IP67 rated for water resistance against accidental splashes and dust. Continue reading “Infinix Band 5 with 0.96-inch color display, water-resistant body, heart rate sensor launched in India for Rs. 1799”
Xiaomi has launched the Mi Band 3i in India, a cheaper version of the Mi Band 3 in India, it had promised. It has a 0.78-inch OLED touch screen display that shows real-time data for running, cycling, walking, and other activities, is 5ATM water proof so that you can take it for swimming under 50 meters, but this doesn’t have a heart rate sensor that it present in the Mi Band 3. Continue reading “Xiaomi Mi Band 3i with 0.78-inch AMOLED touch display, 50-meter water resistance launched in India for Rs. 1299”
Fitbit has announced a lot of new things including a FitbitOS 4.1 update, heart rate tracking for the Versa 2 and added more content and tools for Fitbit Premium. The company, who was recently bought by Google for 2.1 Billion dollars, is bringing a bunch of features like a new Agenda app, new clock face switcher, smart wake and more to its smartwatches.
Continue reading “Fitbit announces FitbitOS 4.1 with Heart rate tracking for Versa and new Fitbit Premium features”
Recently, Alphabet Inc, Google’s parent company reportedly made an offer to acquire U.S. wearables device maker, Fitbit Inc. for an undisclosed amount. Now, Google has confirmed that it is acquiring Fitbit for $2.1 billion and Fitbit will be joining Google itself and Google sees this as an opportunity to invest even more in Wear OS as well as introduce ‘Made by Google’ wearable devices into the market.
Continue reading “Google acquires Fitbit for $2.1 billion with opportunity to introduce Made by Google wearable devices”
Fitbit has released sleep data insights from across 18 countries which show that Indians are the second most sleep-deprived and are the least active. Fitbit has collected more than 10.5 billion nights of sleep data over the years and has shared this insight on Indian users.
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PLAYFIT is a new entrant into the world of wearables. We had taken a look at their Smartwatch SW75 earlier, which proved to be a high quality solution to not only a fitness amateur but a wearable enthusiast as well. But, as with any other wearable brand, there are solutions for everyone. For those who want to focus mainly on fitness and are not concerned with wearing a wrist band can go for the PLAYFIT 53, which at Rs. 1,999 is a starter to motivation, the primary reason why one would get these bands. Let’s take a closer look at this particular product then.
Continue reading “PLAYFIT 53 fitness band — Self Starter”
HUAWEI’s HONOR brand launched the HONOR Band 5 in India back in August, but people were a bit disappointed since there were not much change between the Band 4 and the Band 5. Now the company has rolled out a new update that brings remote music control function along with the SpO2 monitoring after beta testing them couple of weeks back.
Continue reading “HONOR Band 5 update brings SpO2 monitoring and music controls in India”
Xiaomi launched the Mi Smart Band 4, successor of last year’s Mi Band 3 in India earlier this week. The upgraded version has a larger color AMOLED full-touch display with unlimited watch faces, and several features including music and volume controls, Swim tracking with stroke recognition and more. I have been using the latest fitness band from Xiaomi for about a month now, here is the review.
Continue reading “Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 4 Review: Best all-round fitness tracker for the price”