It was a matter of time before POCO, after its successful passage through the smartphone market, also made the leap to smartwatches. Along with the recently presented POCO F4 GT, the company has presented its POCO Watch, a smart watch that completes its smartphones and whose hallmarks are fitness and design.
The POCO Watch arrives with a 1.6-inch AMOLED touch screen and an ultra-thin bezel, but the company points out that it is especially aimed at sports and sports activity enthusiasts. In fact, the design of the POCO watch is an old acquaintance, with a more or less square screen and a sporty starting point.
Like the rest of sports watches, the POCO Watch is capable of carrying out all kinds of sports monitoring, physical progress and monitoring vital signs. In this sense, the watch has more than 100 exercise modes that are already pre-installed in the watch. Including, how could it be otherwise, the most common such as running outdoors or on a treadmill. It also includes GPS to monitor these activities.
POCO Watch: everything for fitness
In addition to physical activity itself, it is also capable of monitoring vital signs, including heart rate, blood oxygen or other more specific ones such as sleep. The three pillars that already make up the standard in the smartwatch market, and which are also complemented by a system with which users can learn how to better adjust their sports routine to their lifestyle.
According to the company, the POCO Watch has a battery that can last up to 14 days and can be charged via the included magnetic charger.
Given the price, it is a very interesting alternative, since POCO has announced that its watch will be available from today for €89.99. And on the occasion of the launch it will have a 48-hour Early Bird offer, in which you can get it for €69.99.
And some headphones for Genshin Impact fans: POCO Buds Pro
Along with the aforementioned POCO Watch and the POCO F4 GT, the company has also presented the POCO Buds Pro Genshin Impact Edition to the world, a very gamer version of the headphones that also have active noise cancellation.
POCO claims that its headphones are capable of making use of artificial intelligence to automatically adjust noise cancellation settings based on the noise level of the environment. Something that logically will have to be verified first-hand, since on paper they seem like a version of more of the classic wireless ANC that we have seen before.
They are waterproof with IPX4 certification, which prevents them from being damaged by rain, sweat and splashes, so everything seems to indicate that they are perfect for exercising or for day to day.
The POCO Buds Pro Genshin Impact Edition will arrive in Spain on May 10 and will be available for €69.99. In addition, as in the rest of the products presented today. They will also have a 48-hour Early Bird offer in which, with the purchase of your POCO F4 GT, the headphones stay for €49.99.