The Fire-Boltt Thunder smartwatch has been launched in India as the brand’s latest cheap smartwatch. The newly announced smartwatch costs less than Rs 5,000 and has features such as an AMOLED display, a week’s battery life, and many more. Let’s take a look at the full specifications and features of the Fire-Boltt Thunder smartwatch.
Fire-Boltt Thunder Price in India
The Fire-Boltt Thunder is priced at Rs 4,999 in India and the watch will be available from March 14 at 12 pm via Amazon. It will come in Black, Gold, and Silver colour options.
Fire-Boltt Thunder Features and Specifications
The Thunder smartwatch by Fire-boltt sports a 1.32-inch AMOLED (360 × 360 pixels) full-touch display. Besides, the smartwatch comes with over 200 cloud-based watch faces.
The watch has 30 sports modes including hiking, Badminton, Basketball, Skipping, Cycling, Running, and Walking. Sensors on the watch include an accelerometer, barometer, gyroscope, and light sensor. It even comes with a couple of games in built, like 2048 and a flappy bird clone.
It comes with Bluetooth calling feature with the option to dial and receive calls right from the watch. You also get a built-in mic and speaker along with a quick dial pad, save contacts, and call history. The wearable can also play locally stored music, and users can pair it with truly wireless earbuds. It has a battery that can last up to a week when fully charged.
Furthermore, it also offers SpO2 blood oxygen monitoring, heart rate sensor, body temperature, and sleep mapping as well. there is also support for a voice assistant, which can make calls based on your voice commands. Once you pair your smartphone with the Fire-Boltt Thunder, you can get notifications from all the apps you want.
Other features of the watch include IP68 rating, alarm, stopwatch, sedentary reminder, camera control, music control, drink water reminder, weather updates, and brightness adjustment.
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