Our top story today is the Titan Smarter Smartwatch that is really smart and priced really well. So legacy Timepiece from Titan Bright sharp displays a very simple user interface.
The watch looks really, really good also comes with Alexa for voice commands. Great. It with fitness and health tracking, very accurate sensors, and that’s the part that I think really sets a watch or a fitness band apart. Sensors are not good. What’s the idea of wearing it on your wrist?
The battery lasts for about 14 days. Price point. Very good. 8995 the New Year starts off with a product that will keep your New Year’s resolutions well-tracked throughout the year, and that product is a Smartwatch from Titan.
Simply called the Titan Smart, it brings in a host of upgrades, a whole list of new features, all packaged in a new design. The Titan Smart comes with an aluminium casing that makes it look like one of the legacy timepieces from Titan. A round dial on the front with a Crown on the right side of the dial. The dial feels solid yet lightweight. The silicone strap is soft and comfortable to wear for the entire 24 hours that you might end up keeping it on.
The bezels on the front are covered by aluminium, giving the watch a very premium, almost bezel-less look. The casing is tightly sealed to provide water resistance to the watch. Up to five attend the Bezels surround the sharp and bright display on the watch, which has a resolution of 360 X 360 pixels as required.
Out of every Smartwatch, the display gets bright enough for the outdoor sun and sharp enough for all the text and animation to look great. The UI that shows on the watch is also simple and easy to use, and if the user gets tired of just swiping away on the touchscreen, they can trigger Alexa and use their voice to book a cab set, alarm reminders timers, or check the weather.
The watch also has a boatload of sensors to track every fitness and health-related statistics that a user might need. It can track St levels accurately, which is new for a tag on Smartwatch.
The 24/7 heart rate tracking works well too. The watch can also track sleep and award a sleep score calculated based on the amount of time spent in light sleep, deep sleep, rapid eye movement, sleep, and the number of times the user woke up in the middle of the sleep cycle.
The watch also keeps track of the stress levels of the user by checking for it every 15 minutes. Stress shows up in the form of four different levels. Relaxed, normal, medium and high. Apart from this, 14 different workouts can be easily tracked by the watch, evenly divided amongst indoor and outdoor activities.
The Titan Smart can also keep track of the menstrual cycle, locate the phone if it’s lost, and offer a daily dose of mindfulness with the breath app on the watch for the users who have to click their pictures or record videos of themselves. The watch can also work as a shutter button for the camera and on top of all of this, the Titan Smart lasts and increases 14 days on a single charge.
The Titan Smart is an excellent and simple smartwatch with a host of features and upgrades, and it’s priced well too at 8995.
So if a user is looking to buy a great Smartwatch with a premium build and smart features, the Titan Smart will be our recommendation.