- The device features a circular display
- It is coming with the capability to monitor blood oxygen level
- The device features 100 watch faces
boAt – the very popular Indian accessory makers launched its new Smartwatch in the market of India called boAt Watch Zenit and it is coming with built-in games along with impressive specifications and design. So without making any further delay let’s dive into the article to check out all the details of the newly announced smartwatch.
Pricing and availability
The device is coming with a price tag of ₹1,999 and it will be available in the country from November 11.
Specifications of boAt Watch Zenit
The newly announced boAt Watch Zenit features a 1.3-inch IPS display and the same offers a circular dial along with a physical button and that is meant to navigate across the user interface. You will also get 100 watch faces to customise the device according to your style and it is worth mentioning that the watch faces can be tweaked from the dedicated boAt application.
Speaking about the health related features, the device features a SpO2 sensor for measuring blood oxygen levels along with a sleep tracker and calorie tracker. It is also coming with seven sports modes which include walking, cycling, running, badminton, football, and basketball. The latest Smartwatch of the company also offers IP67 dust and splash resistance certification.
There’s an interesting element on the board, as the device is coming with built-in games and the device also features a Theatre mode that automatically lowers the brightness of the device and mutes all notifications. Regarding the battery, it is coming with seven days of battery life.
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