Misfit Vapor X watch powered by WearOS launched: price, specifications

“Fossil Group’s Misfit latest smartwatch is dubbed as Vapor X, which rocks Snapdragon 3100 SoC and 1.19-inch AMOLED display”

Misfit, a sub-brand of Fossil, has unveiled a new smartwatch called Vapor X. The wearable is powered by WearOS and comes interchangeable straps and a customisable watch face. The company claims that the Misfit Vapor X is its lightest and most efficient Wear OS smartwatch. The Vapor X weighs 43 grams, sports aluminium chassis, and is rated to last for a full day or more with a new battery saving-mode on a single charge. At its core lies a Qualcomm’s chipset for wearables, the Snapdragon 3100, mated with 512MB of RAM and 4GB onboard storage. 

The Misfit Vapor X has a lot in common with Fossil's Gen 5 smartwatch.
The Misfit Vapor X has a lot in common with Fossil’s Gen 5 smartwatch.

The Misfit Vapor X price is set at $279.99 (~roughly Rs 19,990), but with an introductory offer, the watch is available at $199.99 (~roughly Rs 14,200). The wearable comes in five colour options. There is no word on India launch and pricing at the moment.

Coming to the specifications, the Misfit Vapor X has a lot in common with Fossil Gen 5 smartphone, which costs $295 (~roughly 21,000). Both come with built-in GPS, NFC for Google Pay, a heart rate sensor, and are waterproof up to 30 meters deep. The notable differences are configuration – Gen 5 smartwatch comes with 1GB RAM + 8GB storage – and speakers, which the Vapor X lacks.

Apart from this, the Vapor X comes with a magnetic charger, which Misfit claims can add 80 percent juice in less than an hour. It sports a 1.19-inch AMOLED display, 42mm casing, and offers compatibility with Android 4.4 devices and above or iOS 10 and above. The watch comes pre-loaded with music streaming app Spotify and a bunch of health tracking features such as the Cardiogram app that can be used to will monitor the wearer’s vital signs.

Ashish is one of the youngest members of 91mobiles, and a recent tech geek convert. When he's not churning out articles, you’ll find him watching sports or binging TV shows. He listens to John Mayer when beating Delhi traffic.
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