You already know how much we enjoy reviewing the newest technology, especially smartwatches. We have currently examined smartwatches in every price range, from entry-level to top-tier. This time, we have the ColorFit Pro 4, Noise’s most recent budget smartwatch, which was just released in India. The device comes with a bright display, health and fitness tracking features, as well as Bluetooth Calling, featuring. Therefore, you should read our Noise ColorFit Pro 4 Review if you were looking to buy a budget smartwatch.
Noise ColorFit Pro 4 Review: Design and Display
As someone who enjoys wearing square-shaped gear, we found wearing this on our wrist to be extremely enjoyable because it has an Apple Watch-like feel and costs only Rs 3,499. It is a reasonable Bluetooth-calling smartwatch; in this review, we’ll determine whether it offers good value for the money.
Noise ColorFit Pro 4 doesn’t appear to be a low-cost watch when you consider its style and construction. The construction quality is excellent. The Noise ColorFit Pro 4’s polycarbonate frame weighs 24 grammes and has a sturdy appearance. This smartwatch’s size is perfect for people like us who have thinner wrists. It is constructed of soft silicone material and has a 22mm strap. In contrast to the ColorFit Pro 4, which has a buckle design, the Apple Watch features a loop design with the strap tucked within for a neater appearance.
You can change the band by pulling the hook mechanism, which is a pretty simple technique. The company also sells a vast selection of bands on its website, which you should absolutely check out.
Additionally, the smartwatch has a speaker and a microphone that helps you take and answer incoming calls on the device. Plus, the gadget has a spinning crown that, incidentally, works and helps you navigate the user interface. It is even more exact since it offers tactile feedback. Regarding the screen, the ColorFit Pro 4 boasts a TruView 1.72-inch TFT LCD Display with a resolution of 356x400px. The display comes with a 60Hz refresh rate. You get the sensors and charging ports at the back of the watch.
Noise ColorFit Pro 4 Review: Performance
The user interface of the Noise ColorFit Pro 4 is really straightforward, with a menu where you can see all of the apps, snappy toggles, with a feeling of fluidity and no lag. The wearable also has an IP68 rating, making it safe to use while exercising in the rain or at the gym. It cannot, however, be worn when swimming.
We also tried using the watch to place and receive calls, and it worked well, particularly indoors. Both audio channels are crystal clear and echo-free. Sending an SMS when getting a call via it is simple because you can respond with pre-programmed SMS templates, which personally come in extremely handy, especially when you are in a conference, as opposed to flatly refusing an incoming call, which could also come off as impolite.
Speaking of exercise modes, the Noise ColorFit Pro 4 offers 100 different training options that are as usual cleverly grouped into categories to make it simpler to find what you’re searching for. Unfortunately, as said, there is no swim tracking capability on the device.
In terms of health monitoring, the Noise Health Suite app on the Noise ColorFit Pro 4 includes a heart rate monitor, a SpO2 sensor, a stress tracker, a breathing exercise app, and even sleep tracking functionality. Although the results are quite accurate and dependable, we always stress that the smartwatch reading should only be used as a guide because it is not a piece of medical equipment.
The Noise Fit app gathers a lot of information, such as health data. It modifies settings, controls notifications, handles OTA updates, and even manages watch faces easily. You may download over 100 cloud watch faces via the companion app. You can also share your data on Google Fit, which is another useful feature for preserving your workout data.
Moving on to its battery life, the Noise ColorFit Pro 4 has a 300mAh battery, and the manufacturer guarantees seven days of usage under normal conditions. However, keep in mind that the watch has a Bluetooth calling option, and if this feature is frequently utilised, the battery will deplete more quickly. Nevertheless, for a typical user, it should easily last for between three to five days.
The big question is now whether or not you should get Noise ColorFit Pro 4? The ColorFit Pro 4 is a good option if you want a compact smartwatch with a better selection of watch faces, a rotating crown, and a cleaner user experience.
Noise ColorFit Pro 4 Pros
- Bright display
- Bluetooth calling
- Good Battery life
Noise ColorFit Pro 4 Cons
- No AMOLED Display
- Alexa support missing
- Loved to see slimmer bezels
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