Fire-boltt is ready with a new smartwatch for the Indian market, which is called the Blizzard. The new watch claims to have anti-corrosion properties and dual shades made of high-tech ceramic. Apart from that, Stuffcool has debuted a new powerbank in India, called the Palm, which it also claims is the smallest Made in India Power Delivery Type C powerbank. Read on to know more about the two new products.
Fire-boltt Blizzard Price, Specs
The Fire-boltt Blizzard costs Rs 3,499 and can be purchased from February 23rd from Flipkart and the brand’s official website. It is available in Silver, Silver and Black, Silver and Gold colourways.
As for the specs, the smartwatch from Fire-Boltt comes with a 1.28-inch display with an HD resolution. You get a rotating crown, a home button, a back button and an IP67-certified build. The usual health monitoring sensors, including heart-rate monitor, SpO2 sensor, sleep tracker, and women’s menstrual cycle monitor are all present. It packs support for 120 sports modes.
There’s a built-in speaker and a dial pad for Bluetooth calling. There is support for voice assistant as well. Users get access to other convenient features as well, such as smart notifications, camera control, weather updates, and more. The smartwatch also packs in-built games. The Fire Boltt Blizzard is backed by a 220mAh battery unit that is claimed to deliver up to 7 days of usage.
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Stuffcool Palm Price, Features
The Stuffcool Palm has a price tag of Rs 2,999 and will be available on stuffcool site, amazon and leading offline stores across the country. It comes in yellow and white colours.
The Palm packs in 10,000mAh capacity and it is smaller than the height of a credit card, claims stuffcool. The Palm has a Type C port that supports PD or Power Delivery charging and also a Type A port that supports 22.5W QC3.0 charging.
Measuring just 6 X 8 cm, it features a Type C port, capable of delivering 20W PD power and can charge any iPhone 50% in 30 mins. Its Type A port supports 22.5W QC3.0 for fast charging android phones and devices. Despite its compactness, the Palm can fully charge an iPhone 14 Pro 2.2 times on a single charge. To fast charge itself, the Palm uses its type C port that supports 18W PD power input.