Puma announces fitness-focused smartwatch at IFA

Featuring Wear OS and the Snapdragon Wear 3100 chipset

The company unveiled the aptly titled Puma Smartwatch at IFA this week. The culmination of 12 months of work alongside the Fossil Group, the watch features a 1.19-inch round AMOLED display inside a nylon and aluminum 44mm case.

In addition to sporting 4GB of storage and 512MB of RAM, the Puma Smartwatch comes with the latest Snapdragon Wear 3100 chipset, which has four A7 cores, a digital signal processor and an ultra-low-power co-processor in a configuration Qualcomm calls big-small-tiny.

Being Puma, the smartwatch is aimed at sporty types. It’s lightweight (0.06 pounds), swim-proof, and comes with the usual features found in similar wearables: step tracking, heart monitoring, GPS, weather updates, and some training apps. You also get NFC payments along with Google Assistant and Spotify integration.

The Puma Smartwatch is being released in November FOR $275 and be available in black, white, and neon colors.


Source: Techradar
2019-09-05T19:08:11-04:00 September 5th, 2019|