Puma Smartwatch Launched in India: Price, Specifications


Athletic and casual merchandise maker – Puma has launched its first smartwatch in the Indian market. This smartwatch is named from the company as the Puma Smartwatch which was launched internationally last year. This smartwatch has been designed in partnership with Fossil Group which has been in the smartwatch industry for a really long time.

Puma Smartwatch Specifications

The new Puma smartwatch comes with a 1.19-inch AMOLED display with a 390×390 pixel resolution. It runs on Wear OS by Google which comes with built-in Google Assistant support. This new Puma smartwatch comes with an aluminum dial and offers a silicone strap.

Puma smartwatch is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 3100 Wear platform which is accompanied by 512MB of RAM and 4GB of internal storage. 

The Puma Smartwatch can also track activities like pilates, rowing, spinning, and count reps from strength training workouts via Google Fit. It also has a heart rate tracker making it a perfect fitness tracker also.

Apart from this, connectivity options on the Puma Smartwatch include Bluetooth 4.2 and built-in GPS. The smartwatch is swim-proof as well and has support for NFC payments via Google Pay. The battery capacity on the Puma Smartwatch is unknown by the company claims that it will last for 1 to 2 days.

Puma Smartwatch Price and Availability

Puma smartwatch which is teh company’s first smartwatch will be available to buy at a price tag of Rs. 19,995. The smartwatch will be available at Puma stores across India. Also, it will be available via Flipkart to buy online. Puma offers 2 years of warranty on the Puma Smartwatch.

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