Puma introduces Wear OS Smartwatch in India: everything you need to know

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The sports and leisure shoe manufacturer Puma has just launched its first smartwatch in India. This product, known as the Puma Smartwatch, was launched internationally last year. The German multinational company designed the watch together with the Fossil Group, which has been in the smartwatch game for a long time. This is the first time that Puma is bringing a smartwatch to India. Buyers now have another device to choose from on the market.

Puma smartwatch price in India

Puma has launched its first wearable device in the country, the Puma Smartwatch. 19,995. The smartwatch is available in Puma stores across India. If you want to buy the device online, the Puma smartwatch is available on both Flipkart and Puma.com. Puma offers a 2 year guarantee on the Puma smartwatch.

Puma Smartwatch specifications

The Puma Smartwatch runs with Wear OS from Google, manufactured by Puma and Fossil. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 3100 Wear platform. It has a 1.19-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 390 x 390 pixels. The Puma Smartwatch has 512 MB RAM and 4 GB internal memory.

Puma has opted for an aluminum dial and offers a silicone bracelet. The connection options of the Puma Smartwatch include Bluetooth 4.2 and integrated GPS. The Puma smartwatch has a heart rate tracker on the back.

The Puma smartwatch can also track activities like Pilates, rowing, turning and counting repetitions of strength training sessions through Google Fit. When the smartwatch is set to training mode, the heart rate is also continuously monitored.

Since it is a Wear OS device, Google Assistant is integrated. The smartwatch is also swim-proof and supports NFC payments through Google Pay. According to the company, the battery capacity of the Puma Smartwatch is not known and lasts for 1 to 2 days.

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