boAt SmartWatch Xtend with built-in ALEXA to launch in India [2021]

boAt SmartWatch Xtend

boAt SmartWatch Xtend-The new smartwatch from Indian audio from boAt is the Watch Xtend. It will include a SpO2 sensor as well as a 1.68-inch square LCD display.

BoAt, best known for its audio goods such as speakers and wireless buds, has released the boAt Watch Xtend. The boAt already has four smartwatches on the market. The Amazon Alexa voice assistant will be supported by the forthcoming boAt SmartWatch. You may use the voice assistant to set reminders, alarms, and ask queries, among other things. So, just say “Alexa” and enjoy the service.

boAt SmartWatch Xtend

The wristwatch includes a 1.69-inch square LCD display and can be customised with over 50 cloud watch faces via the boat extend wave app. The watch face can be customised to match your trend or style. A knob on the right side of the wristwatch gives you complete control over the watch’s functions.

The boAt Watch Xtend Smartwatch is available in five different colours: pitch black, deep blue, sand cream, and olive-green. It is waterproof to a depth of 50 metres for up to 30 minutes. The wearable includes a flexible silicone strap that is sturdy and comes in a variety of colours, as well as a classic stainless-steel buckle.

Though the features of the boAt SmartWatch have not been released in detail, it has been stated that the boAt Watch Xtend has SpO2, blood oxygen level monitoring. It has a guided meditation breathing programmed as well as a 24-hour automatic heart rate monitor.

It will have music controls, find my phone, DND, and weather forecasts, just like another boat xtend watch models, and will be water-resistant to 5ATM (50 meters). When fully charged, the 300mAh battery guarantees up to 7 days of battery life with typical use and 4 to 5 days of battery life with intensive use.

You may also track your sleep quality. If you appreciate sports, there are 14 different sports modes to choose from. There’s indoor walking, outdoor walking, yoga, workouts, and other activities.

The boAt Watch Xtend’s release date and price have yet to be disclosed. However, because the product is an Amazon exclusive, it will only be accessible through boAt’s official website and Amazon India.

According to market research firm Kalagato, the Delhi-based headphones and audio products brand boAt, which was formed in 2016, has a 37% market share in the Indian personal audio products market in 2020. Realme comes in second place with an 8% market share. The five-year-old company’s rise has been attributed to its ability to provide high-quality products at reasonable costs.

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boAt smartwatch Xtend Features

  • 1.69′′ inch display
  • Sensors include a g-sensor, a heart rate monitor, and a blood oxygen monitor.
  • Battery life: 7 days with a 300 mAh battery.
  • Bluetooth version 5.0
  • Colors include pitch black, deep blue, sandy cream, and olive green.
  • Resistant to water: 5 ATM for up to 30 minutes
  • Android and iOS are both supported.

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Design

The wearable features a rectangular form with sporty curved corners and is available in pitch black, deep blue, sand cream, and olive green colours. The wearable resembles a premium Amazfit BIP smartwatch, with a light, sporty appearance and a good waterproof certification. It is waterproof to a depth of 50 metres for up to 30 minutes. The wearable includes a flexible silicone strap that is sturdy and comes in a variety of colours, as well as a classic stainless steel buckle.

In terms of display, the boAt SmartWatch offers a 1.69′′ inch square screen display. It sports a colour LCD screen with full touch screen display that is responsive and has an easy user interface. A 2.5D toughened glass screen display with crystal clear clarity comes on top of that.

The boAt Watch Xtend Smartwatch has the following features:

boAt SmartWatch Xtend

The wearable is described by boat xtend as a “redefined smart” with the all-new Amazon Alexa AI capability. Yes, this is the Watch Xtend’s key feature. You can use its built-in Alexa to send reminders, ask for weather predictions, game scores, and even set alarms. We’re not only talking about whether the wearable can operate Alexa-enabled smart devices in your home.

Real Time Health Monitoring

With its many health monitoring abilities, you can keep track of your health. The smartwatch monitors your heart rate in real time and offers automatic heart rate monitoring 24 hours a day, seven days a week. There is also SpO2 monitoring, which is a blood oxygen level monitoring device that checks your SpO2 anytime, anyplace, and displays history graphs right on the smartwatch. Additional health features include sleep monitoring, which includes tracking deep sleep, light sleep, and awake time.

It also includes guided meditation breathing, which can help you manage your stress.

Activity Tracking and Sports Mode

The boAt Watch Xtend smartwatch monitors your steps, calories, and distance automatically. It also has at least 14 sports modes, ranging from indoor to outdoor sports. Indoor walking, outdoor walking, hiking, outdoor cycling, yoga, open water swimming, workout, pool swimming, indoor running, cricket, rowing, elliptical, spinning cycle, outdoor running are among the sports included.

Real Time Notifications Alerts

With its call and message notifications, you’ll be notified quickly. With this capability, you can receive and read SMS messages on your boAt SmartWatch. You can also get social app messages from Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, and other platforms.

Additional Functions

Aside from the aforementioned functions, the wearable has a do not disturb mode, brightness changes, and at least 50 watch faces available in the support app. Weather forecast, music control, alarm, stopwatch, and other features are available.

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