One of the most recurring complaints about current smart clocks is linked to how long the small device can stay away from the sockets.To put an end to the negative scenario and try to attract consumers to the world of smart accessories, the company Polar has created another novelty of the category.Although it does great things for people who play sports, tracking user activities through an extensive list of sensors, the M600’s biggest draw is perhaps its long range.
According to the company itself, using its official blog to advertise the brand new wearable gadget, the model is able to stay 48 hours without having to have its battery recharged.That is, the owners of the diminutive product can use it without problems for two days in a row.Well, at least that’s what Polar promises.See the appearance and details of the M600 below.
- 1.3-inch screen, using the resolution of 240 x 240 pixels for displaying content
- Gorilla Glass 3 for display protection
- 512 MB RAM
- 4 GB of memory for internal storage
- Mediatek MT2601 Chipset
- ARM Cortex-A7 dual-core processor running 1.2 GHz
- ARM Mali-400 as graphics card
- Heart rate sensor made in 6-LED technology (Polar says accuracy is higher)
- GPS for tracking distances, speeds and route
- 500 mAh battery
- Android Wear as an operating system
The promise of 48 hours of autonomy is when the Polar M600 is paired with an Android device, while iPhones can only “one day” away from the power outlet. The price of the brand new smart watch is $ 330, or R $ 1,075, using the current exchange rate of the dollar as a conversion basis and disregarding the taxes charged in Brazil. There are two color options, black or white, and availability is limited to Uncle Sam, UK and Europe lands.
There’s no way to know why the wearable gadget lasts longer when connected to a robotic phone, but it’s likely that the ecosystem created between Google’s platforms will be able to use less energy for each activity. Were you conquered by the powerful battery? Let us know using the comments area.