Boat Watch Iris with a 1.39-inch AMOLED display and an IP68 rating has been launched in India and will be available on Flipkart: Specifications, Price
The Boat Watch Iris is a budget smartwatch that aims to provide all of the main features of a wearable at an affordable price.
The Boat Watch Iris is the most recent smartwatch to hit the market in the affordable class. The new smartwatch is officially available in India, and sales will begin at 12 p.m. today, Thursday, December 23. The wristwatch is designed in a circular pattern, and it will likely compete with smartphone-first firms like Realme and Xiaomi, wearables-focused companies like Amazfit, and fellow Indian brands like Noise.
The Boat Watch Iris features a 1.39-inch circular AMOLED display. It likewise has a 454 × 454-pixel screen resolution. The display features numerals inlaid around the outside edge and a single button to the right for manipulating the smartwatch's numerous settings. The Boat Watch Iris also claims to provide the customer with different watch faces, allowing them to customize how it looks.
A heart rate sensor, as well as a SpO2 blood oxygen monitoring sensor and a gyroscope, are included in the Boat Watch Iris. It will be able to track your heart rate throughout the day, as well as numerous sports modes such as walking, jogging, cycling, swimming, skipping, badminton, football, and basketball. The smartwatch claims to have a battery life of up to seven days.
In terms of other functions, the Watch Iris allows you to manage music playback on your smartphone as well as control the camera on your smartphone remotely. Notifications from your smartphone, such as missed calls, will be relayed to the watch.
Making voice calls, on the other hand, would be impossible with the smartwatch. The IP68 designation of the Boat Watch Iris ensures that it is sweat, splash, and dust resistant. Users will be able to see calorie counts, a pedometer for step counts, and more on the watch.
The smartwatch is currently available on Flipkart for Rs 4,499, and it will compete in India against a slew of low-cost smartwatches and wearables priced under Rs 5,000.