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Fitbit Launches ‘Versa 2’ Smartwatch in India

In terms of specifications, The New Fitbit Versa 2 is equipped with a swim-proof design and an on-device microphone

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Fitbit on Monday unveiled its new smartwatch Fitbit Versa 2 in India at Rs 20,999 (Representational Image). Pixabay

Global wearable brand Fitbit on Monday launched its new smartwatch Fitbit Versa 2 in India at Rs 20,999.

The device is available across Reliance Digital, Croma, Helios, Landmark and other major retailers offline and online on Amazon.in.

Versa 2 Special Edition is also available for Rs 22,999 in navy, pink with a copper rose aluminum case and smoke with a mist grey case.

In terms of specifications, Versa 2 is equipped with a swim-proof design and an on-device microphone. It brings more convenience to users with Spotify expanding music options, the company said in a statement.

In addition to Versa 2, Fitbit Premium is also now available for users to buy in India.

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New Fitbit Smartwatch includes nine guided health and fitness programmes that help user to relish a Healthy Lifestyle. Pixabay

It is a paid subscription service in the Fitbit app that uses unique data to deliver Fitbit’s most personalised experience with actionable guidance and coaching to help one achieve health and fitness goals.

It includes nine guided health and fitness programmes that help a user to get more sleep, wake up energised, increase activity and more.

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Fitbit Premium is available for Rs 819 per month and Rs 6,999 per year. (IANS)

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Huawei Unveils GT2 Smartwatch With Bluetooth Calling in India

The smartwatch will be available across Flipkart, Amazon India, Croma and other retail stores

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According to the company, the Huawei Watch GT2 can operate continuously for up to two weeks with both the intelligent heart rate monitor and call notification functions turned on. Wikimedia Commons

Huawei Consumer Business Group India on Thursday launched its much-anticipated Huawei Watch GT2 with two weeks of battery life, Bluetooth calling and in-device music in the country in 42mm variant (with 1.2 inch AMOLED display) and 46mm variant (with 1.39 inch AMOLED display).

The Huawei Watch GT2 46mm Sport (Black) has been launched for Rs 15,990, 46mm (Leather) for Rs 17,990 and 46mm (Metal) for Rs 21,990.

In terms of heart rate monitoring, the user will be notified if heart rate is above 100bpm or below 50bpm for more than 10 minutes. The watch is also powered with sleep monitoring function.

“This versatile smartwatch Huawei Watch GT2 further underlines our focus on health and fitness and help our customers manage it better. The watch scientifically monitors heart rate, physical activities and sleep pattern with help of accurate positioning feature,” Tornado Pan, Country Manager (Huawei Brand), Consumer Business Group, Huawei India, said in a statement.

The watch is equipped with Huawei’s proprietary Kirin A1 chipset to improve battery life. There’s also a super AMOLED display with 3D glass screen.

The chip essentially integrates an advanced Bluetooth processing unit, a powerful audio processing unit, an ultra-low power consumption application processor and a separate power management unit.

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Huawei Consumer Business Group India on Thursday launched its much-anticipated Huawei Watch GT2 with two weeks of battery life, Bluetooth calling and in-device music in the country in 42mm variant. Wikimedia Commons

According to the company, the Huawei Watch GT2 can operate continuously for up to two weeks with both the intelligent heart rate monitor and call notification functions turned on.

The smartwatch will be available across Flipkart, Amazon India, Croma and other retail stores.

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Prospective buyers can book the watch from December 12-18 and get a Huawei Freelace worth Rs 6,999 for free.

However, they will be required to make the full payment for the watch at the time of booking the device. (IANS)