Fire-Boltt Visionary Smartwatch with 100 Sports Mode and Bluetooth Calling Launched in India: Details


New Delhi: The Fire-Boltt Visionary smartwatch has been introduced in India. The laptop sports a 1.78 inch AMOLED display with a screen resolution of 368 x 448 pixels. It has been claimed that it supports 100 sports modes. The recently unveiled Bluetooth call smartwatch comes with IP68 rated splash resistance. Read on to learn more about the latest smartwatch launched.

Fire Boltt Visionary: Pricing and Availability

Fire Boltt Visionary launched at Rs 3,799 in India. The watch was offered in blue, black, gold, pink, green, silver, gray, silver and champagne gold color options. The smartwatch will be available for purchase on e-commerce sites as well as the official Fire Boltt website.

Fire-Boltt Visionary Specifications, Options

The Fire-Boltt Visionary smartwatch sports activities with a 1.78 inch AMOLED square display with a 368×448 pixel screen solution. It supports 100 sports activity modes along with a rotating crown button, as the company claims. The laptop includes a built-in gaming capability alongside a mic and speaker.

In terms of health options, the Fire-Boltt Visionary smartwatch includes SpO2 observation, average load tracking, step tracking, and sleep observation. Users can also set sedentary reminders to reinforce their daily routines. Other options of the newly launched Bluetooth call smartwatch come with AI voice help, responsive notifications, pedometer, day-to-day exercise memory and distance tracking .

The smartwatch’s Bluetooth calling feature is supported by quick access to the dial pad with name history, synchronization and saving of contact choices. It additionally comes with the ability to connect to TWS while making and receiving calls.

The Fire-Boltt Visionary smartwatch has been claimed to provide a battery life of up to 5 days with a rechargeable battery. The connected watch weighs 57g.

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