On one hand, we have smart watches from Apple , Samsung which comes at a premium price for a smartwatch and on the other hand we have PTron.
Jumping straight in to specifications, PTron Tonite One comes with a metal design with a silicon strap. It sports a 1.54 inch capacitive touch display with resolution of 240 x 240 pixels. As interesting it may sound, the smart watch also comes with 0.3MP camera and a micro SD card slot of 32GB capacity. It also comes with Bluetooth v3.0 connectivity.
Inside there is a 380 mAh battery. Essentially, it can make or receive calls, text and read or send emails etc. Unique features in this smart watch includes Anti-loss, Pedometer, Sleep Monitor, Sedentary Reminder, Audio and Video Player etc. Further it supports both iOS and Android platform.
Commenting on the launch, the founder and CEO of LatestOne.com Ameen Khwaja said, "PTron products are appreciated by our customers and their demand is growing. PTron has introduced 3 different models of smart watches in the last one year and Tronite One is the fourth in a sequence of continuously improving models. The best part is its competitive price of INR 1499 with high quality performance making it the best value for money product in its category. The sales of PTron smart watches and fitness bands have already crossed the one lakh mark. We understand the needs of our customers, which is branded products at affordable prices. We will continue to meet our customers expectation by continuous innovation."
The smart watch is available at Rs 1,499 exclusively on LatesOne.com. It has some tough competitors like Goqii Band 2 and Xiaomi Mi Band 2.
Samsung is allegedly working on two different types of foldable smartphones, with one sport a dual-screen will be launched in early 2017.
Sony has launched two new models of PlayStation 4,Pro and Slim and as expected people are getting confused as to which model to choose.
LG V20 and Lenovo Phab 2 were the major launches this week.
Up till now, Cortana was only available in the US and China.
Both the devices comes with Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system with Nubia UI 4.0 on top.
Previously, the device did get an upgrade from MIUI 7 to MIUI 8 but the company failed to roll out it with a new Android version.
Samsung plans to ditch physical home button in their next flagship smartphone.
Yesterday, Airtel introduced almost identical bundled packs at similar tariffs.
The new variant will be available for sale in China from 12 December.
Though the price is not known at this point of time but we expect it to be below Rs 20,000.