Fossil Gen5 smartwatch with Google WearOS launched in India at Rs 22,995

Topics Fossil Group | Fossil | smartwatches

Fossil Gen5 smartwatch

American fashion accessories brand Fossil on Thursday launched its "Gen 5" smartwatch in India, priced at Rs 22,995.

"There has been focus on the integration of health and wellness with wearable technology for some time now and at Fossil, we see a great opportunity to provide a smartwatch for the design conscious consumer looking for a perfect blend of style and utility," Johnson Verghese, Vice President and Managing Director Fossil India said in a statement.

The Fossil Gen 5 features a 1.3-inch circular AMOLED display housed inside a 44mm dial.

It is powered by the Snapdragon Wear 3100 processor paired with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage and offers its users the latest software - Wear OS by Google.

Fossil Gen 5 comes with a Heart Rate monitor, accelerometer, gyroscope, altimeter and ambient light sensor.

The device comes with four different battery modes, including 'Daily', 'Custom', 'Time-only' and 'Extended'.

Gen 5 will come with a series of auto-installed apps, music streaming service, Spotify, peace of mind and safety app, Noonlight, and Nike Run Club.

Additionally, the device features swimproof speaker that offers users the ability to make and receive phone calls.

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