boAt Primia: Indigenous consumer technology brand boAt on Wednesday announced the launch of its first Bluetooth calling smartwatch – ‘boAt Primia’. The smartwatch has an AMOLED display, a built-in speaker, a microphone and a bright metallic design, attached to a leather strap.
According to the company, the BoAt Primia smartwatch will be available on Amazon and the BoAt website for a starting price of Rs 3,999 for the first 1000 customers. The watch will then be available for Rs 4,499.
The boAt Primia is made with an IP67 dust, sweat, and splash-resistant casing that allows users to wear the watch freely in extreme weather or during intense workout sessions. It is powered by a powerful battery that gives up to 7 days of battery life.
Taking it even higher with the “Bluetooth calling” option, the BoAt Primia smartwatch is the first of its kind in BoAt’s house. By dial, ”the company said in a statement.
The smartwatch offers a 1.39-inch AMOLED display, with a resolution of 454×454 pixels that gives crystal clear image clarity and sharp details even when used in the sun. This smartwatch allows direct voice access access.
Customers can easily talk to Boat Premiere and instantly connect to Google and Siri Voice Assistant on their smartphones. In addition, the BoAt Primia smartwatch has a built-in heart rate, SPO2 and stress level tracker that helps users track their physical health such as number of steps, calorie burn record and travel distance.
It has a sleep tracker with accurate insights into users’ sleep patterns (light or deep) and guides them to smart sleep. After all, it has 11 active sports modes for intense sports sessions like basketball, badminton, football, spinning, climbing, cycling, yoga, treadmill or just brisk walking or running.
Based on the user’s BMI, Primia can customize their fitness plan for better training to reach their goals. A client can also create a crew of friends and family to share their fitness journey. It also includes smart updates and notifications for text, email, notifications and calls, the brand said.