Indian accessory brand Noise has launched its latest NoiseFit Core smartwatch in the country. The smartwatch features a heart rate monitor, comes with 13 sports modes and has a battery life of up to 7 days and standby time of up to 30 days. It comes with IP68 dust and water resistance rating and is aimed at fitness enthusiasts. Here we’ll take a look at everything we know about the new NoiseFit Core. Also read- Noise ColorFit Pro 3 Assist, Buds VS103 Launched in India: Price, Specifications
NoiseFit Core: Price in India
The listed price of NoiseFit Core is Rs 5,999 and it is currently available through the company’s official website for a starting price of Rs 2,999. The smartwatch is available in Charcoal Black and Silver Gray color options. Also read- Top 5 Smartwatches with Menstrual Tracker for Women: Garmin Lilly, Amafit GTS 2 Mini, More
NoiseFit Core: Specifications
The NoiseFit Core sports a 1.28-inch TFT display with a resolution of 240×240 pixels and a round dial. The watch comes with a button to the right of the dial to navigate the UI. It is built with a zinc alloy metal body and comes with an IP68 dust and water resistance rating. Also read- Noise ColorFit Pro 3 with SpO2 Monitor, Heart-Rate Tracker launched at Rs 3,999
NS smart watch Comes with 13 sports modes, 24/7 heart rate monitoring, steps and calorie counter and sleep tracking. It has cloud-based watch faces that can be customized. Users can also control the music as well as the camera running on the smartphone. With the help of the smartphone, the watch can get weather updates as well as notifications of calls and messages.
NoiseFit Core iOS and . is compatible with both Android, and it connects via Bluetooth v5 in conjunction with the NoiseFit Apex app.
All this is backed by a 285mAh battery, which the company claims has a standby time of up to 30 days and a runtime of up to 7 days. The company claims that the smartwatch can be fully charged within 2.5 hours through the cable provided in the box.
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