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Puma Smartwatch presented at IFA 2019

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The Fossil Group also attended IFA 2019 this year. Among other things, the Puma Smartwatch was presented there, which is said to be particularly suitable for sports.

The new smartwatch comes in three colors: yellow, black and white. The materials used for the case were made of aluminum and nylon, as they make the watch very light, which is good for workouts. This case is water-resistant to three ATM. The bracelet is made of silicone, but can also be exchanged for others.

Puma Smartwatch: offal

For the operating system, Puma relied on WearOS, which runs on a 1,19 inch AMOLED display (44 millimeters). The construction is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100. This is supported by four gigabytes of memory and 512 megabytes of RAM. Theoretically, the battery should last a day, but the runtime can be extended in practice thanks to various battery modes.

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During training sessions, a Google Fit, a heart rate monitor and GPS are at your side. Several sports can be recorded in detail. NFC for Google Pay is also on board.

Puma Smartwatch: Prices and Availability

The Puma Smartwatch lands in November Manufacturer's online shop and on the shelves at selected retailers. The RRP is 279 euros.

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