The Wyze Smartwatch will be available in two sizes – 44 and 47mm – and comes fully equipped with heart rate and blood oxygen saturation tracking.
Wyze is best known for its range of budget Internet-connected security cameras. It is the first time the company ventures outside of the home.
The watch will come with all the features you have come to expect from a smartwatch, including blood oxygen monitoring, heart rate tracking, IP68 water, and dust resistance rating, nine-day battery life, activity, and sleep tracking, and integration with Google Fit and Apple Health. However, the watch does not offer GPS tracking or support for voice assistants.
But on top of these, the watch will also offer full integration with Wyze’s other devices, allowing for shortcuts to control your home products like the brand’s smart bulbs and cameras.
When it starts shipping the watch will be available in two sizes — 44mm and 47mm, come with 9-day battery life and it starts at the amazingly low price of $20.
The 44mm Wyze smartwatch boasts a 1.4-inch LCD display with a resolution of 320 x 320 and a 260mAh battery. The 47mm version has a 1.75-inch LCD display with a resolution of 320 x 385 and a 300mAh battery. Both watches offer 16MB of storage.
The Wyze smartwatch does not intend to compete with the Apple Watch or other higher-end smartwatches. But with its market-entry pricing, the company is looking to offer a simple and functional experience for first-time smartwatch owners.
The Wyze Watch is available to preorder starting today.
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