Puma is one of the largest sportswear manufacturers in the world. The company is launching one of the first smartwatches at the IFA 2019 in this week. Puma sports have combined with the Fossil Group in the past 12 months to produce the wearable. And which is powered by the Wear Operating System and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Wear 3100 Platform. The company smartwatch will contain a 1.19-inch round AMOLED display, kept inside a cut-out aluminum and nylon 44mm case. The company is naturally directing this smartwatch for sports fans. It will be lightweight and swim-proof at 0.06 pounds to some cutouts on the side of the device to lessen its weight.
Puma’s smartwatch will include 512MB of RAM and 4GB of storage, which is the average on most Wear OS watches. It has the newest Snapdragon Wear 3100 Platform. Puma brand promises around 24 hours of battery life. However, it will probably contain the same difficult battery options as the Fossil Carlyle to develop the maximum battery life. Puma’s wearable powered by Wear operating system, and it will develop all the typical features such as heart rate monitoring, NFC payments, Google Assistant integration, fitness tracking, and many more. The company is also supporting 16mm straps through a single point band buckle.
The company has been trying with tech products in recent years. Later the company launched its first wirelessly associated self-lacing sneakers in 2016. Puma even rereleased its classic 1986 RS-Computer running shoe last year, and complete with a USB port for charging and Bluetooth to connect the shoe to your phone. Earlier this year, the company called on tech-savvy people to test its modern self-lacing shoes. The company is now forecasting to launch this new smartwatch in November. That will be available in neon, black, and white, color for $275.