Lenovo Watch X Plus to be available for buying from tomorrow

by Anvinraj Valiyathara 0

In early June, Lenovo had held a launch event to announce three smartphones such as Lenovo Z5, Lenovo K5 Note and Lenovo A5. On the same day, the Chinese manufacturer had launched Lenovo Watch X and Watch X Plus smartphones. The Watch X was made available for buying soon after its announcement. Starting from tomorrow, the Lenovo Watch X Plus will be available for purchase at 10 AM (local time) in China.


The Watch X Plus is not very different from the Lenovo Watch model that is priced at 299 Yuan (~$44). The only major difference is that Watch X Plus features a dial with Roman numbers and also it is equipped with air pressure sensor which is not available on the regular version. Also, the Lenovo Watch features a digital display.

Starting from tomorrow, the Chinese manufacturer will be selling the Watch X Plus with a price tag of 399 Yuan (~$58). It comes with Milanese wristband with color options like Black and Silver.

The leather band variants of the Lenovo Watch and Watch X Plus are respectively priced at 329 Yuan (~$48) and 429 Yuan (~63). Since both the leather models are not listed for buying on the official site, it appears that the company may make them available later on.


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Like the Watch X, the Plus is a water-resistant smartwatch that features 316L medical grade stainless steel chassis along with OLED display. The screen is shielded by sapphire crystal glass and it is equipped with luminous watch hands. The different sensors that are present on it include barometer, heart rate sensor, blood pressure sensor, gyroscope, geomagnetic sensor and air pressure sensor. The 600mAh battery can last for up to 45 days by charging it once.

The Lenovo Watch X is receiving overwhelming response in China. It was sold out in just 15 seconds in its first sale. Hence, Watch X Plus is also expected to positive reception. There is no confirmation on when it will be made available outside of the home market.

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