Itel 1ES Smartwatch with Heart-rate and SpO2 Monitor, Rotatable Knob, Sports Modes Launched at ₹1,999

itel foray into the Indian wearable market with the launch of its smartwatch called iTel 1ES. The smartwatch comes with a 1.7-inch HD IPS display and provides a battery backup of up to 15 days on a single charge. The watch features a unique digital crown design with an easily rotatable knob that helps you navigate the watch user interface by rotating the knob.

Itel 1ES Smartwatch
Itel 1ES Smartwatch

The smartwatch supports a slew of health-related features such as a Blood oxygen monitor (SpO2), Continuos heart rate monitor, and meditative breathing mode. It also supports sleep tracking features and multiple sports modes such as walking, running, cycling, skipping, badminton, basketball, football, and yoga.

Itel 1ES Sensor
Itel 1ES Sensor

Other key features are P68 water-resistant, in-built music, and camera control. Phone notifications, weather alerts, alarm and calendar alerts, 170+ watch faces, etc. The watch also comes with inbuilt games like Thunder Battleship, Young Bird, and 2048.

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Itel 1ES smartwatch comes in Black color and is priced at ₹1,999. It will be available through leading eCommerce portals like Amazon, Flipkart and also through select retail stores across India starting 29th June 2022. The smartwatch comes with a 1-year warranty which can be availed through CarlCare service centers.

Itel 1ES Smartwatch specifications

  • ​​1.7-inch HD IPS display
  • 220mAh Battery
  • 15 days Battery Life
  • Compatibility: iOS & Android
  • Bluetooth 5.1
  • IP68 Water-resistant

We are excited to bring our first smartwatch to our customers. We have always tried to make sure that the benefits of technology are available at an affordable price in India, and this smartwatch is a reflection of our commitment to it. With this launch, we will be taking our smart wearable offerings to the semi-urban and rural customers in India who look for value in every purchase.”, ​​said Arijeet Talapatra, CEO, Transsion India.

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