Fire-Boltt Agni priced at ₹2,999 on launch; smartwatch provides SPO2 monitoring, menstrual tracking features and more
The Fire-Boltt Agni smartwatch has been launched in India with built-in blood oxygen monitoring and menstrual tracking. Here’s everything you need to know about the device.
In an age when physical fitness has become the mantra that virtually everyone swears by, smartwatches come in handy as ideal monitoring tools that everyone should have strapped around their wrists. Fitness translates into strength and today, to battle Covid-19 and a plethora of other diseases, including lifestyle ones, every technological aid should be taken advantage of. Speaking of which, the latest one to be launched is the Fire-Boltt Agni, a smartwatch with built-in health monitoring features.
The smartwatch features a heart rate monitor, as well as a blood oxygen saturation monitoring feature that has become increasingly popular on fitness devices in the country after the novel coronavirus pandemic began last year. Along with a wide range of activity tracking features, the smartwatch also features a menstrual cycle monitor and sleep tracker. The device is compatible with smartphones running Android 4.4 as well as iPhones running iOS 9 and higher. Here’s everything you need to know about the new Fire-Boltt Agni smartwatch with built-in fitness tracking and health monitoring features.
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Fire-Boltt Agni price in India, colour options and availability: The newly launched Fire-Boltt Agni smartwatch is available in black and pink colours. The device is priced at ₹2,999 and customers can purchase it via Reliance Digital stores on both online and offline channels. The device is also available with EMI options, according to the company.
Fire-Boltt Agni hardware specifications and features: As previously mentioned, the Fire-Boltt Agni comes with built-in health tracking features including continuous heart rate monitoring, blood oxygen saturation and sleep monitoring features. The device also has menstrual tracking features including period monitoring, cycle and ovulation tracking.
The smartwatch, which weighs in at 80 grams, comes with multiple fitness monitoring modes such as running, walking, basketball, football, cycling, skipping and badminton.
The battery life on the smartwatch can run up to 30 days on standby, while the company claims it can last around 8 days with active use on a single charge -- which takes around two hours to complete. The device is also IPX7 rated which means it can be used for workouts and in light rain.