Fire Boltt Invincible smartwatch with Bluetooth Calling feature launched, Available at Rs. 6499
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The new Fire-Boltt Invincible smartwatch supports Bluetooth calling and allows users to pair their TWS headphones directly.
On Thursday, the Fire-Boltt Invincible smartwatch was released in India, expanding the company’s wearable range in the country. The smartwatch has an AMOLED display and can take calls, which is a feature generally reserved for more expensive smartwatches. This smartwatch has more storage than previous models, allowing users to store over 1500 songs on the gadget. In India, the Fire-Boltt Invincible smartwatch costs 6,499 rupees and its sale started at 12 PM today on Amazon. Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli, who recently joined actor Vicky Kaushal as the company’s brand ambassador, showcased the device.
The Fire-Boltt Invincible smartwatch sports a 1.39-inch AMOLED LCD with a 454×454 resolution and a 2.5D screen that enables Always-on Display (AoD mode). Users will have access to about 100 built-in watch faces, as well as additional 200 cloud-based watch faces. The gadget also has 8GB of internal storage, which can be used to sync and store 200 contacts for identifying callers, as well as about 1,500 music.
The watch is having a built-in speaker, microphone, and dial pad, allowing users to communicate with their contacts using the watch even if their phone is only a few feet away. This is a function that is only available on high pricing smartwatches. Similarly, users can pair their true wireless earphones (TWS) directly with the smartwatch without having to connect to their smartphone.
The Fire-Boltt Invincible smartwatch has 100 activity tracking abilities, as well as sleep, heart rate, blood pressure, and a SpO2 sensor. It also has a calculator and a contemplative breathing mode. According to the business, the Fire-Boltt Invincible smartwatch can last up to seven days on a single charge with regular use and up to 15 days in standby mode.