Puma’s First Wear OS Smartwatch Debuts In November For $275

Puma is going to launch the first smartwatch this week. Puma is a well-known sports brand in the whole world and now the company in coordination with Fossil Group has decided to produce wearable devices that will complement the sportswear sold by the company. The partnership and teaming up of Puma with Fossil is 12 months old. The upcoming smartwatch will be powered by Wear OS and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Wear 3100 chipset.

Puma is targeting the sports fan with the release of its new smartwatch. Currently, the Micheal Kors Fitness watch, known as MKGO is the first fitness watch by the brand that is running on the same platform. Both these brands have teamed up with Fossil to launch their first-ever wearable technology.

The smartwatch by Puma comes with a longer battery life which became possible only because of the latest battery modes, it also has Snapdragon Wear 3100 processor, more storage, more memory, and better storage. Other attractive features of the smartwatch by Puma includes navigation system GPS, NFC, heart rate monitoring, and 5ATM water resistance.

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The wearable technology by Puma will be sold as ‘the Puma Smartwatch’. It has an aluminum case which is 44mm, it comes with textured accents and a silicone strap. Puma has decided to sell the watch in three colors, black, yellow and white. The screen measure of each watch will be 1.19 inches. It will be pretty easy for the people to operate this watch as it has one rotating button on the side that let you handle everything.