UBON Smartwatch with IP65 rating and 7-days standby time launched in India at Rs 2,199

UBON Smartwatch SW-11 - Feature Image

UBON, a Delhi-based consumer electronics brand has launched its new smartwatch in India. The SW-11 is the company’s new GPS tracker enabled smartwatch. It’s priced at Rs 2,199, making it one of the most affordable smartwatches to purchase in India with a colourful big display. Let’s talk about the features of this UBON smartwatch below. 

UBON Smartwatch SW-11 – Features & Specifications 

Bringing in a range of features on its smartwatch, UBON offers up to seven days of battery standby time on SW-11. Sporting a large 1.3-inch LED colour display, it is currently available in green colour variant only. There will be two straps available in the box. 

Talking about the connectivity features, it offers smart notifications from applications like Facebook, WhatsApp, and more. It is said to be compatible with both, Android and iOS platforms. There is a proprietary application called Wearfit App. 

The company teases the LTE connectivity offering as well as built-in GPS tracker support. These two features make it worthwhile for the price tag it is said to retail in India. Speaking about the design, it is an IP65 rated design, which means its’ a waterproof watch. 

The tracking features like activity tracking, calorie counter, pace tracking, heart rate tracking, and sleep tracking is available on this UBON Smartwatch. You can also see weather forecasts, and set watch specific alarms. It has a sport mode for tracking your sports activities. The brand hasn’t mentioned if it can detect activities, or user has to manually turn on. 

What do you guys think of the UBON Smartwatch SW-11? Let us know in the comment section below.  

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