Lenovo Watch X Price and Features: Measures Heart Rate and Blood Pressure

The Lenovo Watch X smartwatch was announced alongside the mid-range Lenovo Z5, and the two other Lenovo smartphones. The smattwatch will be available in two variants, though its availability in the market has not been officially announced. At the moment in China, the manufacturer is taking registrations for the smartwatch. Let me show you some features of the Watch X and its price too.

Also read: Lenovo A5 Specifications, Features and Price (Nigeria, USA, China)

Some of the features of the Lenovo Watch X are OLED display, 45 days long standby time. Its price in China is starting at CNY299, which is roughly INR3,100 in India.

Lenovo Watch X Price and Features: Measures Heart Rate and Blood Pressure

The Lenovo Watch X sports a metallic belt and a round dial. Like I said earlier, the smartwatch will be available in two variants, and they are; Lenovo Watch X and Watch X Explorer Edition. Both variants will be available in Milanese and leather strap variants.

Lenovo Watch X Price

The normal Lenovo Watch X Milanese variant is priced at CNY299 in China, which is roughly INR3,100 in India, while the leather strap variants is priced at CNY329 in China, approximately INR3,400 in India. The Watch X Explorer Edition leather strap variant is priced at CNY429 in China, approximately INR4,500 in India. Like I said earlier, registration is still on, and you can register your interest for the Watch X by following the links below:

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Lenovo Watch X Features

The Lenovo Watch X has six professional sensors that measure air pressure, heart rate, and even blood pressure. It also came with a 600mAh battery that gives a 45 days of power standby time, and water resistance of up to 80 metres is supported.

With the Watch X, the manufacturer reinforced its faith in the rising smartwatch market scenario. Lenovo-owned Motorola had paused on its efforts in releasing smartwatch a few years ago after slagging market conditions. Recently, after Google’s renewed efforts in its operating system for wearables, companies like Huawei and now are making a return.

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