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Curved-display smartwatch: Makibes T20 is cheap and now up for pre-order

Curved-display smartwatch: Makibes T20 is cheap and now up for pre-order (Image source: Geekbuying & Makibes)
Curved-display smartwatch: Makibes T20 is cheap and now up for pre-order (Image source: Geekbuying & Makibes)
Makibes has announced the T20. The elegant-looking wearable has a 1.5-inch touchscreen, Bluetooth 5.0, and costs less than US$80. The budget smartwatch features heart rate and blood pressure monitoring.
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The Makibes T20 is a cheap smartwatch with a curved display. The smartwatch features a 1.5-inch AMOLED panel. The resolution is yet to be announced, but it is clear that the panel supports touch. The Makibes T20 boasts IP67 certification as well as heart rate and blood pressure monitoring.

The 26.50 x 54.37 mm smartwatch has an integrated three-axis gyroscope and has 15 sports modes for recording activities like cycling, badminton, and basketball. Makibes has integrated sleep tracking along with a pedometer.

The core processor is a Nordic nRF52840, which promises a long runtime and supports Bluetooth 5.0. The manufacturer claims that the 140 mAh battery will last 10 days between charges. According to Makibes, charging lasts two hours.

The Makibes T20 is compatible with Android and iOS and comes with a 22mm strap. According to the manufacturer's information, the Makibes T20 will be available in black, gold, and grey. The watch is now up for pre-order and will start shipping in less than two weeks.

Makibes T20 (Image source: Geekbuying & Makibes)
Makibes T20 (Image source: Geekbuying & Makibes)

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Silvio Werner, 2020-06-14 (Update: 2020-06-14)
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