Honor Watch Magic with Retina AMOLED display to go on sale tomorrow at Rs 13,999

“According to Honor, the Watch Magic can work as a professional fitness mentor while mountaineering, swimming or any type of work-out with the help of its smart and quality features.”

Honor, the sub-brand of Huawei, launched the Watch Magic smartwatch for sports enthusiasts alongside its smartphone the Honor V20. The smartwatch is claimed to be the thinnest in its segments and will go on sale from February 21.

The Honor Watch Magic comes with a touch screen Retina AMOLED display, which has a diameter of 9.8mm. It is equipped with a double chipset architecture. The smartwatch offers a heart rate monitor along with seven days of battery life. Another significant feature that makes it a interesting device is Scientific Sleep Tracking, which is approved by Harvard Medical School’s Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Centre. The smartwatch comes with water resistance to 5ATM/50 meters, which makes it a suitable option while working out or swimming.
Honor_Watch_MagicIn terms of connectivity, the smartwatch can track activities with high precision via options like GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO etc. It can also track daily activities with the help of TruSeen™ 3.0 heart-rate monitor and Trusleep™2.0 features. According to the brand, the smartwatch can work as a professional fitness mentor in any type of work-out schedule with its high-level tracking features.

According to Honor, “The watch is designed keeping in mind the frenetic lives of young India who aspire for a Smarter and Healthier lifestyle. The device works as a professional fitness mentor whether it is mountaineering, swimming or an open goal, also it evaluates workouts and track activities with ease as it provides precise data.”

As mentioned above, the Honor Watch Magic is available in two colours Lava Black (priced at Rs 13,999) and Moonlight Silver (priced at Rs 14,999) and will be available for sale on Amazon.

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