Lenovo’s first attempt at smartwatches may not have been extremely decent but the firm has come up with aa nicer offering this time. Lenovo Carme, with the rate tag of Rs 3,499, is aa significant option for smartwatch fans.
The latest fitness smartwatch from the corporation comes with a 1.3-inch IPS color display, 2.5D curved design, and a one-touch sensor. It is additionally IP68 appraised, making it waterproof and dustproof.
The silicone strap feels easy on the wrist, the watch is lightweight, too. The smartwatch would appeal to individuals who like small watch dial, and the all-black screen in standby mode strengthens to the looks.
There are three watch faces accessible on the settings, we did not discover any of them much appealing. I also felt the interface could have been decent to complete the overall glimpse of the watch.
The screen arrives in life by just shaking the wrist a bit. We did encounter problems at times in testing the time as the screen would not light up. But that is with a maximum of the smartwatches these days.
The touch switch works fine, the navigation is also simple with the buttons given on the side.
The watch accompanies 200mAh battery, Lenovo claims that the smartwatch can offer up to 7 days of battery life on a solitary charge, I could utilize it for 4-5 days with exercises, notices, and call alarms.
The watch also benefits 24 hours of heart rate monitoring and sleep monitoring. The heart-rate readings seemed to persuade. The sleep monitoring seemed valid, too.
The watch has 8 sports mode, which comprises skipping, badminton, basketball, football, swimming, walking, running and cycling. It is a good watch and worth the investment.