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Ovisen S201: A stylish smartwatch that packs a pair of wireless earbuds

The Ovisen S201 is more than just a smartwatch. (Image source: Gearbest)
The Ovisen S201 is more than just a smartwatch. (Image source: Gearbest)
The Ovisen S201 is reminiscent of many cheap smartwatches, but it has a trick up its sleeve. Unusually, Ovisen has integrated a pair of wireless earbuds that charge from within the body of the smartwatch.
Alex Alderson,

There are plenty of cheap smartwatches around, but few include a pair of fully-integrated wireless earbuds. While we cannot attest to the quality of the earbuds, it is remarkable that Ovisen has managed to fit them inside of its S201 smartwatch. Better still, the earbuds charge from within the smartwatch, effectively allowing you to charge the earbuds and smartwatch simultaneously.

The watch itself measures 55 x 46 x 16.6 mm and weighs 70 g. The S201 is heavier than most smartwatches, but this is because of integrated earbuds. Ovisen has integrated a 1.3-inch display that resolves at 240 x 240 pixels, along with a 320 mAh battery. The S201 is compatible with Android and iOS through the iBAND app and utilises up to Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity. By contrast, the earbuds support Bluetooth 5.0. The smartwatch does not have a GPS module, nor is it waterproof. Ovisen claims that the S201 supports heart rate monitoring too, but we should point out that some OEMs have been including fake heart rate monitors in cheap smartwatches.

The S201 also supports multiple sports modes and can display notifications from your smartphone. The Ovisen S201 has 128 KB of RAM and 512 KB of storage, on which Ovisen has stored five preset dials and a host of functions like sleep management. The smartwatch is available to order from Gearbest for US$80.16.

(Image source: Gearbest)
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Alex Alderson, 2020-08- 6 (Update: 2020-08- 6)
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Prior to writing and translating for Notebookcheck, I worked for various companies including Apple and Neowin. I have a BA in International History and Politics from the University of Leeds, which I have since converted to a Law Degree. Happy to chat on Twitter or Notebookchat.