Fire-Boltt Ring Pro smartwatch with 25 sports modes, Bluetooth calls launched in India – The Mobile Indian

Fire-Boltt has launched a new smartwatch in India called Fire-Boltt Ring Pro. The watch comes with 25 sports modes, Bluetooth call function, 1.75 inch screen, health functions and more.

Let’s look at the price, specs and features of the new watch.

The Fire-Boltt Ring Pro will be available for sale on Amazon for Rs 3,999 from June 16. The smartwatch will be available in five color options: black, red, blue, green and white. The watch also comes with a one-year warranty from the date of purchase.

Fire Boltt Ring Pro Specifications

The Fire-boltt Ring Pro smartwatch sports a larger 1.75-inch full touchscreen display with a resolution of 320×385 pixels. Users can also choose from a ton of watch faces with its cloud-based watch faces. Moreover, the wearable comes with a Bluetooth calling feature with an inbuilt microphone and speaker.

The watch has 25 sports modes, including hiking, badminton, basketball, football, cycling, running and walking. The watch’s sensors include an accelerometer, barometer, gyroscope, and light sensor.

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Additionally, the Fire-boltt Ring Pro comes with heart rate tracking, sleep tracking, and an SpO2 monitor for measuring blood oxygen levels. There is also a built-in breathing mode for meditative breathing and female health tracking.

Additionally, the watch supports Bluetooth connectivity and supports both Android and iOS devices. Other features include stopwatch, alarm, app notifications, weather updates, drink reminders, sedentary reminders, flashlight, alarm, stopwatch and clock.

The watch carries an IP68 rating for dust and water resistance. It can withstand dust, splashes, raindrops and is also sweat resistant. At this time, the battery life is not known. Finally, it has built-in games such as Flappy Birds and 1048 which can also be played offline.

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