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Ulefone announces 3 new fitness-focused smartwatches at sub-US$70 prices

One of Ulefone's new Watches. (Source: Ulefone)
One of Ulefone's new Watches. (Source: Ulefone)
The OEM Ulefone has launched its new Watch series, which support continuous heart-rate tracking, multiple sports modes and 5ATM water-resistance. There is also a blood-oxygen sensor in the Pro model, whereas the Watch GPS has additional activity-tracking features. They start at US$49.99, or even less with a limited-time introductory offer.

Ulefone has debuted its new series of Watches: smart devices that run a proprietary activity-focused OS and connect to a paired phone via the Veryfit app. The base model and its GPS variant have 1.3-inch displays, whereas the Pro has one of 1.55 inches, all of which are full-color LCD (however unfortunately).

All 3 variants are of the basic Apple Watch clone form-factor, although the Watch and Watch GPS have somewhat of a chin that Ulefone camouflages with dark backgrounds in their UI. They are also rated to track the wearer's heart-rate 24/7, as well as several sports or workout types (9 in the Watch and 14 in the GPS and Pro).

The Ulefone Watch Pro also has stress-, sleep- and blood-oxygen sensing features. It comes in black, gray or pink colorways, although the Watch has a more unique Turqouise option (in both its case and band). The Watch GPS, on the other hand, comes in SKUs with two-tone green/black, pink/blue or black/red straps.

The new smartwatches start at US$49.99 for the Watch; $59.99 for the GPS model or $64.99 for the Pro. However, they each have a $10 discount to celebrate their launch. They are available to order from Ulefone's own website from now.

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2020-10-31 (Update: 2020-10-31)
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