Lenovo Ego smartwatch with 20-days battery life launched in India at Rs 1,999

Lenovo Ego Smartwatch - Feature Image

Lenovo has announced a new smartwatch in India, which is dubbed as Ego. The new sporty looking smartwatch comes packed with a lot of features for the price it will retail. The new Lenovo Ego Smartwatch is priced at Rs 1,999. Yes, that’s the official price of the new smartwatch, which will be available for sale on Amazon. 

Lenovo Ego Smartwatch – Features and Specifications 

The new Lenovo watch comes equipped with a heart rate sensor for your needs to measure heart rate. It is compatible with your iOS and Android-enabled smartphones via Lenovo Life application. Perfect for someone who is looking to utilize the variety of sports modes it has to offer. The sports modes include but are not limited to – walking, running, cycling, swimming. 

The watch also offers sleep monitoring to under the sleep patterns and help you optimize your sleep cycle better. The Ego smartwatch smartly integrates different vibrating patterns according to the alerts. It can alert you about phone calls, emails, text messages, and select social media apps. 

For its durability, it offers up to 50 meters of water resistance. Taking activity tracking to the next level, also maps calories burnt and stroke style while swimming. There is a 1.6-inch display which is monochrome in nature. It’s an anti-reflective display that illuminates at one click of a button. There is a night mode on this watch, which makes it easier to read it. 

This Lenovo smartwatch is said to offer 20 days of battery life on a single charge, which is quite impressive. What do you guys think of the new Lenovo Ego smartwatch? Let us know in the comment section below. 

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