Inspired by the shape of the Bip U Pro smartwatch, Amazfit has released the new smart wearable, available on its official website, for $68 (Rs 4,999). The device is also available in three colors – purple, green, and rose. The smartwatch features GPS, Amazon Alexa support, and more than 60 sports modes.
Amazfit Bip U Pro Specifications:
The smartwatch features a 1.43 inch IPS LCD screen with 320 x 320 pixels resolution. The thickness and weight of the Bip U Pro are 11.4mm and 31g respectively. The device consists of a polycarbonate body design, while the strap is made of rubber silicone.
The watch comes with a 230mAh battery that is supposed to last up to nine days with the device’s daily use. The battery lasts five days with heavy/extreme use. A gyroscope sensor, an acceleration sensor, a BioTracker PPG 2, and a geomagnetic sensor are available for the device. The smartwatch has 50 watch faces and allows the customer to pick an icon if he needs to.
The Bip U supports animated watch faces as well. The device includes 60 different sports modes, including running, walking, biking and swimming.
SpO2 (Blood oxygen) and PAI (Personal activity intelligence) measuring assets are available. The device contains cardiac rates or heart rate tracking features, stress control, breathing/respiratory therapy, menstrual tracking, and sedentary reminders. By using the smartwatch, users can view music and video on their mobile. The smartwatch is said to be up to 50 meters waterproof.
Amazfit Bip U Pro Pricing:
The Amazfit Bip U Pro has arrived with a price tag of Rs 4,999 (~$68) in India and it comes in colors like Black, Green, and Pink. The smartwatch is now available on pre-orders through Amazfit’s online store in India and Amazon India.
What is Smart Watch?
Smartwatch is a compact, wrist-like mobile unit. Many Smartwatches are connected a smartphone that notifies users about incoming calls, e-mails and updates on apps is connected to several smartphone cameras. Even phone calls can be made by smartwatches. Many smartwatches have colour screens but some cheap versions use a “e-paper” display in black and white. The user may use a touch screen, physical buttons or a combination of both to operate the smartwatch. Some smartwatches provide pedometers and heart-rate sensors to assist people to monitor their fitness.
The SPOT (Smart Personal Object Technology) was launched in 2004 and was one of the earlier true smartwatches. Weather, news, and stock updates were obtained by SPOT via FM. E-mail and immediate notifications were also been sent, but users did not able to respond. Smartphone growth has generated data obtained from the phone, including Sony Ericsson LiveView(2010), Pebble(2013), and Apple Watch (2015). Android Wear—a version of the mobile operating system, Android—has been created primarily by Google in 2014 for wearable devices such as smartwatches.