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Poco Watch price in Nigeria, features, and specifications

Poco Watch price in Nigeria, features, and specifications:

Dimensions:39.1mm x 34. 4mm x 9.98mm
Color:Black, Blue, Ivory
Weight:31g (including strap)
Display:1.6-inch AMOLED
Resolution:320 x 360p
Sensors:Optical heart rate sensor, accelerometer, Gyroscope, electrons compass
GPS:GPS/GLONASS/Galileo/BeiDou
Bluetooth:Bluetooth 5.0
Waterproof:5ATM
Battery:14 Days Long Battery Life

Poco has been in the smartphone game for a few years and has now set its eyes on building a larger ecosystem of products. We already saw the company’s first pair of wireless earbuds and now we turn out attention to the Poco Watch, said to be the best budget smartwatch you can buy in 2022.

A compact, lightweight device more akin to a smart band than an actual smartwatch, Poco Watch brings the usual mix of health tracking, dual-band GPS, and an AMOLED display. That’s all topped with claims of up to two weeks of battery life and a 100,000 Naira and €79 price tag. How good is Poco’s first smartwatch and where does it stack up in the sea of fitness trackers and affordable smartwatches?

Poco Watch price and availability in Nigeria (2022)

The Poco Watch will be available in Nigeria and the UK. Since Poco generally doesn’t sell its devices in the US or Australia, don’t get your hopes up for availability outside Europe. (Best smartwatch to buy in 2022)

The Poco Watch costs 70,000 Naira in Nigeria and £79.99 in the UK (roughly $100 / AU$140), so it’s pretty affordable as smartwatches go, heartily undercutting alternatives from Apple, Samsung, Xiaomi, Oppo. But if you’re on the hunt for a budget smartwatch, Amazfit does have a few alternatives with more features.

Poco Watch specifications and features

The Poco Watch features a 1.6-inch AMOLED display with a 320×360 pixels resolution that brings a pixel density of 301ppi. The display also comes with 2.5D curved glass protection. The smartwatch carries an array of sensors that include an accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer, and optical heart rate sensor.

These sensors help track fitness and activities. The Poco Watch is also touted to be capable of measuring blood oxygen saturation level (SpO2) and heart rate as seen on A3 Techworld. However, it doesn’t have any medical certifications and cannot replace traditional healthcare equipment — just like other smartwatches in its segment.

Poco has preloaded the smartwatch with a range of watch faces to provide a personalized experience to users. There is also an option to customize a watch face with photos of your preference. Further, the watch has support for always-on watch faces to show information including date and time at a glance — without requiring to activate the screen.

The Poco Watch is equipped with a GNSS chip to offer standalone GPS tracking for precision positioning while on the go. It is also claimed to help track your sleep patterns to record and show your deep and light sleep stages as seen on A3 Techworld. Other fitness-focused features on the watch include stress monitoring, breathing training, and female health.

In terms of connectivity, the Poco Watch comes with Bluetooth v5.0 (Bluetooth Low Energy) support. It is compatible with devices running at least Android 6.0 or iOS 10.0. The watch has a water-resistant build that is rated to be 5ATM water-resistant, which means it can be worn in the swimming pool while swimming near the shore, or during other shallow-water activities. The Poco Watch packs a 225mAh battery that is rated to deliver up to 14 days of usage.

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