Puma launched its first smartwatch in September, partnered with Fossil. At the time of launch, it was available in some selected countries. Now for the global expansion, the company is launching its first watch in other major countries. India is the new country to get Wear OS-based Puma PT9100 smartwatch. Puma has built the wearable to make sure you will get all the necessary sports mode to keep its Sport watch identity. It runs on Google’s Wear OS that gives you all the features of Android’s smartwatch platform.
The smartwatch comes with a 1.9-inch touchscreen with a 390 x 390 resolution. It is the bigger display watch compared to many premia watches out there. It powered with Qualcomm Snapdragon 3100 chipset with 512 MB RAM when lots of watches now run on 1GB RAM. It offers 4GB internal space to store offline music and other images & screenshots. You will get all the Google apps like Google Fit, Google Assistant & Google Translate. In the 44mm size, it has NFC, GPS, and many other sports mode.
Like as all the other sports watches, it is also water-resistant up to 50 meters and offers 24 hours battery life in normal mode. Like Galaxy Watch Active 2, Puma PT9100 comes with a digital crown to operate the screen. In the country, it is available in White, Yellow & black color option. The Puma PT9100 goes on sale for Rs. 19,900 in the country and available to purchase from major online retailers.
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