‘Made In India’ Max Pro X1 Smartwatch Launched In India
Maxima, a developer of affordable smart wearables, has announced the introduction of the Max Pro X1 in India. With its latest service, the company hopes to compete with domestic rivals such as boAt and Noise. The new Maxima Max Pro X1 has a square-shaped dial, but the strap-on mechanism is still the old metal buckle. Cricketer Surya Kumar Yadav, the company’s new brand ambassador, is marketing the device. The watch is equipped with a ‘Advanced Realtek chipset’ (RTL8762CK) and is water resistant to 3ATM. It is also said to have a battery life of up to 10 days.so,without further ado let’s get into the article.
Maxima Max Pro X1 Specifications
The Maxima Max Pro X1 has a 1.4-inch IPS display with a resolution of 240 x 280 pixels and a brightness of 500 nits. A 94x126mm silicone strap and a magnetic charger are included in the package. Customers can pick from midnight black, peachy pink, or army green for the Max Pro X1. A physical button on the right side of the watch can be used to navigate the menu or wake up the watch.
The smartwatch can track Spo2, sleep, and heart rate, which is normal on most inexpensive smartwatches these days. The Maxima Max Pro X1 is said to have a 10-day battery life on a single charge, with up to six days of runtime with vigorous use. It is said to have a standby time of 30 days. In addition, the Maxima Max Pro X1 has two built-in games to “keep the mood light” and numerous sports modes for tracking your daily training goals.
Customers can also personalise the display image by selecting from over 100 cloud-based watch faces. Bluetooth and interoperability with Android and Apple iPhones are also important features.
Pricing and Availability
The Gadget costs Rs 1,999 and comes in three colours: black, pink, and green. The device is available for purchase through the official smart.maximawatches website or through partner channels.
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