In addition to smartphones, smart watches and smart bracelets have become increasingly popular with users over the past year. Recognizing this, manufacturers have launched more and more and as a result products with better prices. We wrote an article about the LEMFO LEM12 smartwatch a few weeks ago, but it’s also worth checking out the well-equipped Kospet Prime.
The Rogbid Brave joins the smart watches listed earlier, making price competition even tighter. With an Android smartwatch, you know a lot more than smart bracelets. Below the back cover is a MediaTek quad-core system chip (MT6739), which has been playing in mid-range mobile phones for a few years, with 3 GB of memory and 32 GB of internal storage. This also means that it can run a standalone operating system (Android 7.1). In addition, it has 4G LTE support, so it behaves like a regular smartphone when you insert any nanoSIM card. It has mobile internet, wifi, so we can make phone calls, surf the internet, send messages, play music, watch videos or even navigate using the GPS module. Of course, like Android devices, newer apps can be installed from the Play Store.
For good handling and ease of operation, the manufacturer has designed a large, 1.69-inch, circular IPS display with a resolution of 450x450 pixels on the front of the watch, which is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 4 from possible scratches and bumps.
The watch face is 50.6 millimeters in diameter and is joined by 98 and 125 millimeters long and 24 millimeters wide silicone straps.
The watch has an extremely flashy ceramic bezel with two 8-megapixel cameras each. The front camera is hidden above the display, while the side panel, on the right, is hidden between the two function keys. Not much is expected of photographers, but they are perfectly sufficient for a video call or a photo taken for social media, for example. In addition, the front panel unit supports Face ID.
Thanks to the built-in Bluetooth unit, it can be used perfectly with any wireless headset or headset.
Most smart devices are only moderately waterproof, but the Rogbid Brave smart watch has IP68 protection, so we can use it for water sports as well. There is only one caveat noted by the manufacturer: be careful not to expose the watch to water warmer than 35 degrees.
Because the watch has smartphone capabilities, the runtime is also much shorter than with an average fitness bracelet. The Rogbid Brave 1360mAh battery lasts for about a day under normal use, which means that like phones, you should charge it at the end of the day.
In addition to all this, of course, it also has the functions of a traditional smartwatch: heart rate monitor, pedometer, 9 sports modes and various Watch Face downloads, clock, date, stopwatch, notifications, calendar display.
The Rogbid Brave smartwatch is currently costing $142.53 in the Cafago store promotion. For shipping, you may want to set Duty Free Shipping if you have ordered it to an EU country.
Rogbid Brave 4G okosóra
Price: 142.53 USD
Price: 142.53 USD