Noise Colorfit Ultra Buzz Smartwatch Review: BT calling for everyone
If you want a classy-looking smartwatch with a bluetooth calling facility, Noise Colorfit Ultra Buzz is something worth considering. But is it an overall package to go for? Find it out here in the review.
A smartwatch with bluetooth calling feature and that too under Rs. 3500 is challenging to find. Though you will easily get smart features like fitness tracking, sports mode, and showing notifications, among others, the level of accuracy is a challenge. To check almost all the boxes of your requirements, Noise has come up with Colorfit Ultra Buzz Smartwatch. Currently available for Rs. 3,299, Ultra Buzz will not only let you answer the calls, and give quick replies but will also offer other basic smartwatch functions. Seems too good to buy? To decide the same, you need to know if the watch really offers the performance it promises. I have been using the Noise Colorfit Ultra Buzz for some time now, and here is what I have to say. Read the full review to know.
Noise Colorfit Ultra Buzz: Design and Display
If you want a premium-looking smartwatch at an affordable rate, then Noise Colorfit Ultra Buzz is something to consider. The watch gets a big rectangular curved dial and comes along with detachable 22mm silicone straps. Though it has a plastic body, the build quality is good. The watch is lightweight (42.5 grams) and comfortable to wear.
Coming to the display, the Noise Colorfit Ultra Buzz features a 1.75-inch LCD display having decent brightness, which can be adjusted according to your convenience. The watch has thick bezels, however, it will not bother you much. The touch screen is quick in response and as the size of the screen is big, you will not have to struggle to read the texts displayed on it. The watch also has an IP68 water resistance rating.
Noise Colorfit Ultra Buzz: Fitness Modes and Tracking Accuracy
Like every other smartwatch, you will get many health and fitness tracking features in the Noise Colorfit Ultra Buzz smartwatch. The smartwatch supports 100 sports modes including running sports, cycling, indoor sports, and outdoor sports, among others. And the best part is all these sports modes can be accessed from the smartwatch itself. Further, it also features a heart rate monitor, SpO2, stress monitor, sleep count, etc. But the question is, how accurately do all these features function?
The watch almost accurately monitored the heart rate and oxygen level compared to the health monitoring equipment, however, there was an inaccuracy in step tracking. The sleep monitoring also varies from 30-40 minutes and the watch did not record the daytime naps. Coming to the sports mode, I tested only the walking and running mode, and yes, the number tracked was more than I actually walked or ran. The watch also tracks the menstrual cycle of female users.
Noise Colorfit Ultra Buzz: Bluetooth calling and Other Features
You can use the Noise Colorfit Ultra Buzz to make calls, give quick replies to calls, and SMS. The speaker and mic perform accurately. However, the speaker is not that loud, hence, while at public places you will have to use your phone to hear the voice properly. Coming to quick replies, there are certain pre-written replies which you can use or you can even add something you want. You will also get notification alerts, emails, and reminders like for drinking water, and washing hands, among others, if switched on. The watch controls music, gives you weather forecasts, controls your phone camera, and whatnot. All these features worked perfectly fine.
Talking about the software experience and the NoiseFit app, it is very user-friendly and easy to understand and operate. Also, the app gets easily connected to the phone and auto-syncs the data without showing any lag. The app can even be used to personalize the watch face.
Noise Colorfit Ultra Buzz: Battery
The battery life provided by the watch is decent. The company claims that the watch can last up to 5 days in regular usage, and during my usage I found the claim to be almost right. However, the watch takes quite a long to get charged. If fully drained out, it will take around two and a half hours to get fully charged.
Noise Colorfit Ultra Buzz: Verdict
The Noise Colorfit Ultra Buzz is a viable option if you want a premium-looking smartwatch with bluetooth calling and other smart features. Though not that accurate in counting steps, and sleep hours, among others, it is something you can negotiate for the price range the watch is being offered. The watch also offers a decent battery life. Even the app interface is clean and easy to use.
- Bluetooth calling
- Quick reply to calls and SMS
- Decent battery life
- Elegant design
- Inaccuracy in step counting and sleep monitoring
- Slow charging
- Low speaker volume
Display1.75 inch LCD Display
SensorsSpO2, Heart Rate, Accelerometer
Water resistance ratingIP68
App SupportAndroid 7 and plus and iOS 10 and above