After launching the Lenovo Z5, K5 Note and A5 smartphones, Lenovo also unveiled its Watch X with support for six sensors, OLED display, and water resistance.
Lenovo Watch X Features
The six sensors Lenovo claims to use are the Geomagnetic sensor, Barometer, Heart Rate scanner, Blood Pressure sensor, Gravity sensor and Gyroscope.
Thanks to the 600mAh battery, the Lenovo Watch X can last up to 45 days “on standby” and also comes equipped with Bluetooth Low Energy 5.0 to conserve more battery. Kindly note that Lenovo is advertising the standby time as battery life, so we are not sure how long the battery will last when you use it regularly. The watch is also said to be water resistant up to 80 meters, which is quite good if true.
On the aesthetics front, the Lenovo Watch X comes with a Milanese strap with ancient European craftsmanship and is also adjustable to all wrist sizes. The Lenovo Watch X looks more like a normal watch and not like the usual nerdy smartwatch we see everywhere.
The Lenovo Watch X is priced at 299 Yuan ($46/INR 3,150) for the Milanese strap variant and 399 Yuan ($62/INR 4,200) for the variant with a leather strap. There is also a variant called the Lenovo Watch X Plus which is priced at 399 Yuan for the Milanese strap and 429 Yuan for the leather strap. We will update the post once we know what exactly is the difference between the Lenovo Watch X and Watch X Plus.