Fire-Boltt Ninja 2, the latest smartwatch from the popular wearables brand, is now official in India. The budget smartwatch has a 1.3-inch touchscreen and a blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) monitor. It also comes with arcade style games built in. Fire-Boltt Ninja 2 offers 30 sport modes and has a battery life of up to 7 days of use and a standby time of up to 25 days. Fire-Boltt Ninja 2 is certified dust and water resistant with an IP68 rating.
Fire-Boltt Ninja 2 price in India, availability
The new Fire-Boltt Ninja 2 is available in India at an introductory price of Rs. 1,899 and will be available exclusively through Amazon. The latest Fire-Boltt smartwatch is offered in three colors: black, blue and pink.
Fire-Boltt Ninja 2 Specifications, Features
The Fire-Boltt Ninja 2 smartwatch has a rectangular dial and comes with a 1.3-inch HD (240×240 pixels) touchscreen display. The new Fire-Boltt wearable features a side-mounted button for navigation and support for multiple watch faces that can be customized via the Da Fit app in the paired Android or iOS smartphone.
Fire-Boltt Ninja 2 supports 30 sports modes, including walking, cycling, hiking, aerobics, badminton, soccer, running and jumping. It sports SpO2 monitoring in addition to built-in features such as alarm, period reminders, stopwatch, smart notifications and weather updates.
The new smartwatch also includes a heart rate monitor, sleep tracker and pedometer. The watch also allows users to control the music and camera on the smartphone.
As mentioned, Fire-Boltt Ninja 2 smartwatch has an IP68 build. The wearable has a built-in gaming option, which allows users to play games like 2048 and Young Bird.
Fire-Boltt Ninja 2 can be paired with a smartphone to receive both call and social media notifications and message notifications. The battery in the Fire-Boltt Ninja 2 smartwatch is said to provide a runtime of up to 7 days and a standby time of up to 25 days on a single charge.
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