Game & anime Lover
- Sep 19, 2010
which watch version you have and how does it track calorie count etc?Its a very handy activity tracker with built in functions to read messages and make calls right from your watch. I don’t have to carry my phone everywhere if I need to make my calls, silence my phone ring, reject any calls, get a glimpse of sms/whatsapp texts/emails/app notifications. You don’t read the whole content, it only displays first 4-5 lines of the text received but you get to know from whom it came and what is its importance like I get hundreds of email messages a day which I just glance over my watch and read only those on my phone which need attention like I read the notification of the above post on my watch. Also, its user interface is designed neatly that one doesn’t think for a moment that it is a bad investment. Initially when I was thinking of purchasing it a year ago I was not sure whether it will convince me but I went for it in the fk oct sale and I’m very satisfied with this purchase. It has a serious disadvantage that after wearing it you’ll think of your non-smart watches like the biggest waste of hardware . Like what a waste of hardware when your watch only tells time n day.
It has a very bright future as it will only get better with time.
Its not just an activity tracker but a full fledged device of its own. I think it comes with with built in GPS with a cellular /non-cellular version. I own a series 3 non cellular one. Even if I don’t take my phone with me for a walk outside, it will record the activities like number of steps/gps route covered and all and it will synchronize with the phone as soon as I return.