Fitness wearables are a dime a dozen now, and multiple manufacturers have attempted to make their own, because a lot of consumers like being able to keep tabs on their fitness. We have tested many of the popular fitness wearables in the market, and the Xiaomi Mi Band 3 is one that is easy to recommend. Smartphone maker Lenovo already has its fitness wearables, the HW02 Plus and HX03F, in the market and has now introduced a new model called the Lenovo Ego. This new wearable device looks more like a smartwatch than a fitness band. At a price of Rs. 1,999 is it capable of giving the Mi Band 3 a run for its money in the budget segment of the smart wearables market? We put it to the test.
Lenovo Ego is a fitness wearable that looks like a regular digital wristwatch. It is water resistant up to a depth of 50 metres, can track activity, sleep, heart rate, and many other things. The Lenovo Ego's battery life is claimed to be around 20 days and it can supports notifications for calls, texts, emails, etc.
|Release date||10th May 2019|
|Water Resistance Depth||5ATM|
|Battery Life||20 Days (Without continuous heart-rate monitoring)|
|Charger Type||Magnetic Charger|
|Heart Rate Monitor||Yes|
|Date & Time Display||Yes|
|Number of Buttons||Two|