Back in May, Wellograph started taking pre-orders for their smartwatch which is said to be the first wearable with a sapphire crystal display.
The company announced Wellograph smartwatch is now available for sale, via company’s website, for a hefty $349. Customers who already pre-ordered the smartwatch will receive their orders by September 12th.
It’s not just a smartwatch, but also help users track several health-related metrics from their wrist, including their daily activities as well as their heart rate, thanks to sensors which resides under the watch.
The smartwatch monitors how much time you’ve spent idle in hours and minutes, as well as the time you spend doing different tasks including workout. The smartwatch can track the number of steps you walk every day, let users compare the data with previous days. You can also set your daily walking goals, and find out if you’ve achieved them, thanks to the summary it provides after each successful run.
The company mentioned the smartwatch can provide an impressive seven day battery time, with enough storage to store up to four months of activity data before it asks you to sync it with your smartphone. Surprisingly, the smartwatch has a dedicated apps for all three major platforms: Android, iOS and Windows Phone.
Source: EngadgetFiled Under: Gadgets News, Technology News, Top News