Dizo is trying to gain a foothold in the Indian wearables and hearables market. The business recently unveiled a new wearable with Bluetooth Calling capabilities, dial sensors for health tracking, and other features. The Watch R Talk Go has an excellent design and simple but fashionable straps.
Features & Details
The 1.39-inch Watch R Talk Go display, according to DIZO, has a 360 x 360-pixel resolution and 550 nits of brightness. The wristwatch resembles the Samsung Galaxy Watch and features two side buttons. The watch's bezel is made of aluminum, and the display is shielded by tempered glass with a 7H hardness rating.
The Watch R Talk Go Bluetooth calling feature enables users to answer and make calls and mute and reject calls from their smartwatch. It pairs using Bluetooth 5.2. Over 110 activities are available, including running, cycling, hiking, swimming, and more. Unfortunately, there exists no GPS mixed into the watch. Therefore, users must track these activities using GPS on their smartphones.
The wristband includes various health features, including real-time heart rate and SpO2 monitoring, fatigue and stress monitoring, sleep tracking, step, and calorie tracking, menstrual tracking, and others. The Watch R Talk Go may last up to nine days while utilizing the Bluetooth calling capability and ten days when used often, claims the manufacturer. A full charge takes two hours to finish.
There are 110 sports modes on the smartphone, including cycling, yoga, trekking, and many more. The gadget also promotes breathing exercises. The watch has a 300mAh battery that charges completely in two hours and can last up to ten days. An alarm, GPS for tracking running routes, Find Phone, camera controls, weather updates, music controls, and other features are also included in the smartwatch. The gadget receives an IP68 certification for water and dust resistance.
The smartwatch is available from the AliExpress site for $59.99 and comes in Classic Black, Thunder Blue, and Silver White. However, depending on your area's laws and the watch's origin, customers may be compelled to pay additional taxes and customs fees.