Wearables

Zebronics Drip smartwatch has been launched in India on Tuesday, July 5. The smartwatch comes with Bluetooth calling function and multiple fitness features. The wearable gets with a 1.7-inch display and users can wake up the display by simply raising their wrist and check notifications. The Drip smartwatch features an IP67 water resistant metal body
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Xiaomi Mi Band 7 Pro has launched on Monday. The smart band offers GPS support and includes an always-on display (AOD). It sports a 1.64-inch rectangular AMOLED (280×456 pixels) display along with 326ppi pixel density. The Mi Band 7 Pro also offers independent satellite positioning, which helps in providing precise location-based tracking, without relying on
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Fire-Boltt Ring 3, the newest smartwatch from the popular wearables brand, has been unveiled in India on Thursday. Offered in six different colour options, the new smartwatch offers Bluetooth calling support to enjoy calling functionality through the watch and features a 1.8-inch touchscreen display. The Fire-Boltt Ring 3 has a rectangular dial and comes equipped
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OnePlus Nord Watch has been rumoured to be in the works, the first Nord-branded smartwatch from the company. Previous reports suggested that this smartwatch had reached the internal testing phase. Now, a notable tipster has claimed that the serial production of the OnePlus Nord Watch could already be underway in several European and Asian regions.
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Fire-Boltt Rage smartwatch has been launched in India. The smartwatch sports a 1.28-inch full-touch HD circular display with 240×240 pixels resolution. It has been claimed to support 60 sports modes, including running, cycling, swimming, and more. The Fire-Boltt Rage smartwatch comes with 24/7 dynamic heart rate tracking, sleep monitoring and SpO2 level measurement. The newly
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Taiwan’s GlobalWafers will spend $5 billion (roughly Rs.39,320 crore) on a new plant in Texas to make silicon wafers used in semiconductors, switching to the United States after a failed European investment. The company said late Monday the new plant, manufacturing 300-milimetre silicon wafers, would start being built later this year and generate as many as
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