Fire-Boltt Phoenix AMOLED Smartwatch with 1.43-Inch Display, Inbuilt Games Launched, Know Price, Specifications

Smartwatch sales have grown exponentially in the past few years. Fire-Boltt has launched the Phoenix AMOLED smartwatch. It features a 1.43-inch AMOLED display with up to 700 nits peak brightness. This smartwatch has support for Bluetooth calling and has a heart rate sensor and SpO2 level monitor.

Its price is Rs 2,199. This Fire-Boltt Can be purchased through the website. It will be available in Gold, Black and Gray colours. Inbuilt games are also available in it. Fire-Boltt is one of the fastest growing companies in this category. It has also increased its range of products.

Specifications of Fire-Boltt Phoenix AMOLED

The smartwatch features a round dial 1.43-inch (466×466 pixels) HD display with 700 nits peak brightness. It also has support for Bluetooth calling, allowing users to make calls after pairing the watch with their smartwatch. It is with inbuilt speaker and microphone. The Fire-Boltt Phoenix AMOLED packs health monitoring features like SpO2 monitoring, heart rate monitoring, and sleep tracking. It supports more than 110 sports modes. It also has Siri and OK Google voice assistant support.

The Redmi Watch 3 Active was also launched this month. Recently it was introduced in select international markets. Its design is better than other smartwatches and the company has launched it with an affordable price. It looks like Apple Watch with its square design. Its price is Rs 2,999. It can be bought in Platinum Gray or Charcoal Black colours. in the first quarter of this year smartwatch There was a decrease of 1.5 percent in global shipments. However, higher demand for low-cost wearables in India led to a 121 percent year-on-year growth in smartwatch shipments. The American company Apple ranks first in this market. Indian brand Fire-Boltt has overtaken Samsung to take the second spot. The Smartwatch Model Tracker report by market research firm Counterpoint reported that global shipments of smartwatches declined by 1.5 percent year-on-year in the first three months of this year. Smartwatch shipments in India grew by 121 percent during the same period, fueled by strong demand for low-cost wearables.

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