Portronics Yogg HR fitness tracker with heart rate sensor launched for Rs 2,999

“The Yogg HR sports a water-resistant design and up to four days of battery life”

In the past few years, mobile accessories and wearable manufacturer Portronics has launched a couple of fitness trackers under its Yogg series. Now, the company has added a new wearable to its Yogg wearables in India with the launch of the Portronics Yogg HR. The brand’s new accessory sports a rugged body and comes with a colour touch-enabled display.

Portronics Yogg HR

The Portronics Yogg HR fitness tracker features a built-in heart rate sensor. You can either check your heart rate manually any time, or just turn on the Heart Rate Monitoring mode to track it all time. The wearable is capable of tracking several fitness activities like steps walked and calories burnt, and monitor your sleep as well. You can also set your own goals for each of these activities. The device also alerts you via vibration if you have been sitting for a long time.

The Portronics Yogg HR comes with IP67 certification, which ensures resistance against water. The device gives you notifications for incoming calls, WhatsApp messages, SMS, emails, missed calls and more from a connected smartphone. The wearable is powered by a 55mAh battery, which the brand claims can deliver up to four days of usage. The accessory is compatible with devices running iOS and Android 4.4. The tracker also gets Bluetooth 4.0 to pair with compatible products.

The Portronics Yogg HR has been priced at Rs 2,999, and will be available from the brand’s website at a discounted price of Rs 2,449.

Portronics Saga X

Apart from the Yogg HR fitness tracker, Portronics has also launched a new virtual reality headset called the Saga X. The wearable has been priced at Rs 899, and will be available via major brick and mortar stores across the country and on e-commerce portals as well.  

Akshay aka Techakko has been working with 91mobiles since 2012. Passionate about gadgets, he has a special interest in smartphones and games. The constant stream of news stories he writes is testament to his prowess as a human web crawler. A graduate in Computer Science, he dabbles as a game developer and competes in various gaming tournaments in his spare time. When he wants to take a break from the screen, he enjoys long rides on his Yamaha FZ-S.
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