Lenovo Carme Smartwatch with Heart rate monitor, IP68 rating launched in India for Rs 3,499

Lenovo Carme Smartwatch - Feature Image

Lenovo has come up with a fitness-focused smartwatch for the enthusiasts in India. Its new smartwatch dubbed Carme has been launched today in India at a price of Rs 3,499. It will be available for purchase on Flipkart and Croma, starting September 15. Let’s talk about the specifications and features of the Lenovo Carme Smartwatch below. 

Lenovo Carme Smartwatch – Features 

Sporting a 1.3-inch IPS colour display, which is a one-touch sensor screen. It is protected by a 2.5D glass. Plus, this curve also makes sure there’s no blind angle. This eventually helps in getting a good viewing experience, as touted by the brand. 

This new Lenovo watch will be available in two colour variants; Black and Green. This health focuses smartwatch comes with various features like sensors to monitor your fitness. Starting with a pedometer, heart rate sensor, and sleep monitor. It offers 8 different sports mode tracking including skipping, badminton, basketball, football, swimming, walking, running and cycling.

Equipped with Bluetooth 4.2 version, it can be paired with Android and iOS devices. The notable features include displaying the weather forecast, find my phone, alarm reminder, stopwatch, smart notifications for emails, text messages, calls, and other social media apps. 

Talking about the battery life, it offers up to 7 days of battery life on a single charge. If you’re a fitness enthusiast and looking for an affordable smartwatch in the market, then you might want to consider this new Lenovo Carme Smartwatch before you finalize your purchase decision.

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