Nubia, like the majority of handset makers, has entered the smartwatch market. The company has released its smartwatch, which is designed similarly to the Haylou Solar smartwatch.
In terms of style, the wearable does not stand out from other watches in the genre. It does, however, have a couple of appealing features that justify the price.
Display & Design
The Red Magic Watch has a 1.39-inch AMOLED retina touchscreen with a resolution of 454 x 454 pixels. The bezels are engraved with tachymeter inscriptions, and there are two buttons on the right side of the metal alloy shell, one of which has a red bell. The watch dial comes in two colors: silver and gunmetal black, and the strap comes in five different colors.
The watch is waterproof to 5 ATM and embraces 16 different sporting modes, including rugby, outdoor and indoor running, cycling, and biking, volleyball, rowing, elliptical, climbing, yoga, cricket, swimming, and free exercise.
The Sony CXD5605 GNSS receiver in the watch provides GPS, QZSS, and Beidou satellite positioning. It also includes the Goodix GH3011 health monitor, which uses an AI algorithm to detect vitals including heart rate (24 hours) and blood oxygen levels (even when sleeping).
Aside from that, the Red Magic watch has an embedded system that sends supportive updates for healthy eating and supports smartphone warnings.
The watch supports smartphone updates which has a number of safe and useful notifications to aid in the development of healthy behaviours. The battery life is rated at 15 days on a single charge, but in extended mode, it can last up to 23 days. The battery life is 50 hours when GPS is activated.
The Red Magic Watch will be available on March 11 for $93.