Expanding its range of fitness trackers in the Indian market, Lenovo launched two new devices — HX03F Spectra and HX03 Cardio. Both the fitness trackers will go on sale exclusively through online retailer Flipkart.
Both devices come with dedicated display panels and offer fitness-centric features, which includes a dynamic heart rate monitor, movement monitoring, and sleep monitoring. Both the device also comes with IP68 certification, ensuring water and dust resistance.
The Lenovo HX03F Spectra comes with a 0.96-inch LED display with screen resolution of 128 x 32 pixels. It packs dynamic heart rate monitor, activity tracker and multi-master interface switching. It also comes with a range of sensors, including optical heart rate sensor and a gyro sensor for features such as Multi-Master Interface Switching, Anti-Sleep Mode, Silent Alarm, Sedentary Reminder, and Motion Reminder.
On the other hand, the Lenovo HX03 Cardio comes with a 0.8-inch TFT-LCD display with 160 x 80 pixels screen resolution. The device comes with interchangeable wrist straps and comes with Bluetooth 4.2 LE for the connectivity.
It runs on an older version of the Android operating system, Android 4.4 KitKat. The devices have the ability to track heart rate every 15 minutes with 24-hour real-time heart rate monitoring. Similarly, the device are also capable of tracking heart rate, steps, distance, calories burned, and sleep.
The trackers can be connected to mobile devices to receive notifications for voice calls, emails, and text messages directly through the fitness bands. Furthermore, the bands are capable of delivering up to 10 days of battery life on a single charge, according to the company.
The Lenovo HX03 Cardio will be available in Black color through Flipkart at Rs. 1,999 (approximately $30), while the Lenovo HX03F Spectra will go on sale through the online marketplace from May 3 at Rs. 2,299, which roughly converts to $34.
Lenovo has said that it is looking to manufacture smart wearables in India and raise its share of the local market by three-fold under the “Make In India” initiative by the Indian government. While the China-based company currently holds 6-7 percent of the market share of smart wearables in India, it is looking to capture about 20 percent market share this year.