Mibro T1 smartwatch revealed with Bluetooth calling and up to 45 days battery life – Notebookcheck.net
The Mibro T1 has up to 45 days of battery life in standby mode. (Image source: Mibro)
The Mibro T1 smartwatch has been unveiled and will launch on September 26. The device has a 1.6-in (~41 mm) display and Bluetooth calling functionality, as well as reported heart rate and SpO2 monitors. According to Mibro, the wearable can last up to 45 days in standby mode or seven days with typical use.
The Mibro T1 smartwatch will shortly launch on AliExpress. The wearable has a 1.6-in (~41 mm) AMOLED screen with a 320 x 360 px resolution and 301 ppi. You can connect the watch to your smartphone via Bluetooth 5.0, enabling features such as calling and message notifications.
Listed health features of the Mibro T1 include 24-hour heart rate and SpO2 monitors, as well as sleep tracking; it is unclear how accurate these health measuring tools are. Plus, there are over 20 sports modes to choose from when logging exercise. The wearable has a 350 mAh battery that can last for seven days with regular use or five hours of continuous Bluetooth calling. The company claims that, in standby mode, the watch can last for up to 45 days. The device is rated as 2 ATM waterproof, meaning it is splashproof, but you cannot wear it in the shower or while swimming.
You can customize the watch by altering its face from your smartphone. The gadget weighs 53.5 g (~1.9 oz) with a silicone strap and metal alloy casing. The Mibro T1 smartwatch will arrive on AliExpress on September 26, selling for the discounted price of US$59.99 until the end of the month. After this pre-sale period, the gadget is expected to cost US$119.98. The wearable ships from China, with delivery to the US forecast for mid-October.
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I’ve been interested in technology for as long as I can remember. From a young age, I have loved gadgets and understanding how things work. Since graduating, I have worked for several technology companies across FinTech, AdTech and Robotics.
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