Noise launches ‘ColorFit Caliber Go’ smartwatch with Bluetooth calling at a special price of Rs 1,499

Noise has expanded its wearable portfolio with the launch of its latest smartwatch, the ‘ColorFit Caliber Go’, in India. The smartwatch comes with a 1.69-inch TFT display with customisable watch faces. It is a Bluetooth calling smartwatch and comes with an IP68 rating, which makes it water-and-splash resistant.
The Noise ColorFit Caliber Go watch case is made with polycarbonate material and comes with 22.6mm silicon straps, which makes it weigh around 22 grams.
The device comes in as the successor of the Noise ColorFit Caliber, which was launched last year.
Price and availability
The Noise ColorFit Caliber Go smartwatch has a price tag of Rs 3,999, but it can now be purchased at an introductory price of Rs 1,499 from Noise website and Flipkart. The smartwatch is available in Jet Black, Midnight Blue, Mist Grey, Olive Green and Rose Pink colour options.

Noise ColorFit Caliber Go: Features and specifications
The wearable sports a 1.69-inch TFT display with a 240×280 pixels resolution. The smartwatch offers more than 150 customisable cloud-based watch faces. There are 40 sports modes to choose from.
The smartwatch features Bluetooth v5.0 connectivity and supports iOS 11 and above/ Android 4.4 and above.
In terms of health monitoring, the device comes with a heart rate monitor, SpO2 monitor, stress monitor and sleep monitor. It also helps to keep a track of your steps, calories burned, distance travelled, and activity history.
The Noise ColorFit Caliber Go is backed by a 300mAh battery which, as per Noise, offers a standby time of 30 days and typical usage time of 10 days.
The ColorFit Caliber Go’s other features include caller name information, call rejection, find my phone, low battery reminder, remote music control, remote camera control, stopwatch timer, alarm, wake gesture, vibration alert, do not disturb mode and OTA upgrade.

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