- Crossbeats launched the Ignite Spectra series.
- The smart watch series is equipped with ultra-modern retina.
- Watch will store more than 150 songs
New Delhi. Indian consumer brand Crossbeats recently launched a new Ignite Spectra series, which includes both Spectra and Spectra Plus smartwatches. The company claims that this is the first smartwatch series of its kind in the segment to get an ultra-modern Retina AMOLED display and built-in storage for music. More than 150 songs can be stored in the Plus variant of the watch.
The watch has more than 200 faces and 30 sports modes. The Ignite Spectra series has been designed to achieve all fitness goals. Through this watch, you can not only listen to songs, but also store your favorite songs in it.
Crossbeats Spectra and Spectra Plus Specifications
Both variants have a Retina AMOLED screen and 3D curved glass. It comes with a square dial. The Spectra Plus comes in Carbon Black and Marine Blue, while the Spectra is available in Rugged Basil Green and Graphite Black. The Plus variant allows users to store more than 150 songs and gives them the option to stream their playlist through the watch or connect it to TWS or neckband. Apart from this, the AI voice assistant feature is also available in the smart watch.
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10 days of battery life
Crossbeats Ignite Spectra series smartwatches come with an IP68 rating for water and dust resistance. The battery life is up to 10 days, while the battery life with voice calls is two days. The company also claims that these smartwatches take up to 90 minutes to fully charge.
Both Spectra Plus and Spectra launched at an introductory price of Rs 5,999 and Rs 4,999, respectively. Philballs can be purchased on the company’s official website: crossbeats.com. The Spectra Plus comes in Carbon Black and Marine Blue, while the Spectra is available in Rugged Basil Green and Graphite Black. It is worth mentioning that AI HealthEngine in the smartwatch can measure heart rate, SpO2, blood pressure, sleep, and women’s health metrics. Both watches can be synced with the Crossbeats app.
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PUBLISHED FOR THE FIRST TIME : July 13, 2022, 2:08 PM IST