Indian lifestyle brand Noise has expanded its smartwatch portfolio with the launch of Noise Twist. The budget smartwatch comes with Bluetooth calling functionality and features the brand’s proprietary TruSync technology for an advanced calling experience. It has a round dial and a TFT display. Moreover, the fitness tracker has in-built speakers and a microphone as well.
Noise Twist price in India and availability
Noise Twist has been launched in India with an affordable price tag of Rs 1,999. The device comes in four different colour options of Black, Wine, Silver, Midnight Blue, Gold and Pink. Noise’s latest round-calling smartwatch can be purchased through the company’s official website as well as via Amazon.
Noise Twist specifications
NoiseFit Twist is equipped with Tru Sync technology, which attaches a single chip BT calling and ensures seamless pairing as well as an upgraded calling experience. The smartwatch features a 1.38-inch TFT circular display with a pixel density of 246 PPI and a resolution of 240×240 pixels for an immersive viewing experience. The screen offers 550 nits of brightness. Additionally, users can now take advantage of lag-free, steady calls that consume less battery power thanks to the built-in speakers and microphone.
The NoiseFit Twist is water and dust resistant to IP68 standards. It contains an internal noise health suite that enables it to monitor all vitals, including SPO2, heart rate, breathing and sleeping habits, and activity levels. Along with 100 sports modes, 100+ watch faces, and female cycle tracking, it also offers general health monitoring and a customizable style. The smartwatch makes use of the gadget incredibly engaging and hassle-free by providing access to recent call logs and having the ability to save up to 10 contacts through Noise Buzz.
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