Noise ColorFit Caliber 3 Smartwatch Launched in India Under Rs 3,000

Noise ColorFit Caliber 3 launched

Noise has launched a new smartwatch as part of its ColorFit range in India. The new ColorFit Caliber 3 is another affordable option with features like an AMOLED display, an IP68 rating, and more. If a budget smartwatch interests you, check out the details of this latest smartwatch on the market.

ColorFit Caliber 3: specifications and features

The Caliber 3 has a square display of 1.78 inches. This is a AMOLED one with a screen resolution of 368×448 pixels and support for more than 150 cloud-based watch faces. The watch has a metal construction and also has a functional crown.

Noise ColorFit Caliber 3

The smartwatch also comes with 2 menu styles and gesture controls. There is support for TruSync technology for stable connectivity during Bluetooth calling (via Bluetooth 5.3). It also has more than 100 sports modes (with automatic sports detection) to track multiple activities so you can set and try to achieve your fitness goals. You can also keep track of steps, calories and distance via the NoiseFit app.

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The ColorFit Caliber 3 supports a 24×7 heart rate sensor, a SpO2 sensor and an accelerometer. There is an option to track the sleep and menstrual cycle. The watch also enables stress management and breathing exercises.

In addition, there are auxiliary functions such as weather updates, an alarm clock, a timer, a stopwatch, Do Not Disturb mode, remote music/camera controls and more. The smartwatch can last a long time up to 7 days after one charge and it takes about 2 hours to fully charge. It also comes with an IP68 rating for water and dust resistance, as mentioned earlier.

Price and availability

The Noise ColorFit Caliber 3 is priced at Rs 2,499 and is now available for purchase via the company website. It competes with options from Hammer, boat, and more. It comes in Space Blue, Mint Green, Rose Pink, Jet Black and Deep Wine.

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