Puma, the popular sportswear brand, will debut its first smartwatch at IFA 2019. The Puma smartwatch is a partnership project between Puma and the Fossil group, and it has been rumored for about a year now. The sportswear brand is venturing into tech, following quite a lot of other contemporaries.
Without wasting time, the Puma smartwatch will come with a 1.19-inch round AMOLED display, as well as the Wear OS and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Wear 3100 processor. It is a powerful device, housed in a smart cut-out nylon and aluminum case.
The sportswear company is hoping that sports fans will love this wearable, and there is definitely a lot to love. It will be lightweight and waterproof, with a mix of performance and design ingenuity. It will also include a 512GB RAM, and 4GB of internal storage. The company has promised 24 hours of battery life, although some options could be included to get the best out of it.
The smartwatch is powered by Wear OS, so you get some standard features. These include NFC payments, fitness tracking, Google Assistant integration, and heart rate monitoring.
Puma has been working with tech products for a while, with a set of self-lacing shoes being their latest innovation. The Puma smartwatch will launch in November, with a starting price of just $275. Its color variations include neon, white, and black.
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