Puma Android Wear OS smartwatch will be officially released on 2019 IFA: Specs and price news
By Joe Horner 2019-09-06 1354 0
PUMA smartwatch specs
It is understood that the PUMA smartwatch will be equipped with a 1.19-inch round AMOLED display and 44mm aluminum case, waterproof to allow you to swim with it. In addition, the biggest feature of this watch is: ultra-light! A weight of only 27g, obviously still in the line, is built for sports enthusiasts. There are three options for color matching: Brown, white and fluorescent.
The smartwatch produced by PUMA smartwatch and Fossil Group will carry Qualcomm Snapdragon 3100 chipset, and running Android Wear OS, will provide the standard configuration of 4GB ROM and 512MB RAM, that belong to WearOS smartwatch.
PUMA smartwatch battery life and price
In terms of battery life, PUMA claims the watch can last more than 24 hours, as well as NFC payments, heart rate monitoring, fitness tracking and Google assistants. As for price, Puma smartwatch is expected to sell for $275. At present, most smartwatches are also at about this price, which is not too much.
PUMA smartwatch, do you want it?
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