This is why you should buy this Indian smart watch in the BLINK of an eye
Tanya DubeyOct 17, 2016, 05.23 PM
In a world of Fitbits and iWatches where no android-based wearable would stand out in the market, an Indian smartwatch called BLINK comes as an exception.
This one runs on its own voice-based operating system,
To start with, it has basic features like notifications, synced calendar, reminders, fitness tracking and inbuilt music. What’s more, it has all your daily requirement services too - Navigation, local discovery, payments, commuting, you name it and it will have it.
Another saving grace is you can also complete an end-to-end transaction on BLINK because it supports
The operating system,
• Music– 8GB internal storage gives it the capacity to store over 1,000 songs, which can be played through its inbuilt speaker, also by connecting to the Bluetooth speaker or headset.
• Authentication- The device has an offline OTP valid for 60 secs; allowing users to authenticate themselves without any dependency on internet connectivity.
The watch has a powerful 300 mAh battery, making it run for up to two days on one charge. Blink features a Bluetooth 4.0 and is built with the highest quality anti-corrosive
To cater to your colorful personalities , the watch is available in three different styles – sport, classic, and steel and two colors- stainless steel black and stainless steel silver available in three variants.
Sport is suited for users who indulge in outdoor activities often. Armed with a premium leather strap, Classic comes in black and tan colors. With Custom designed silver and black metal straps, Steel is best suited for professionals.
Each of the Sport, Classic and Steel variants comes with an additional black silicone strap, unlike any other watch.
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In the initial phase, Blink will be available for Rs 12,999, and you can also pre-order it at Rs 2,500 before its out of stock.
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