Nokia unveils new smartwatch, weighing scale and blood pressure monitor

Jun 23, 2017, 12:13 pm

Ankita S.

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Nokia has made an attempt to dive into the wearable sector with the announcement of smartwatch, health and fitness gadgets including weighing scale, blood pressure monitor and a sleep tracker. These products will be officially launched in month of September this year.

The devices will come with affordable prices – varying from £40 ($50) to £170 ($125). Nokia will provide the user with different watch straps thereby giving customers a finite number of choices. The company dubbed three gadgets as The Go, The Steel, The Steel HR.

Nokia BP MonitorThe Go:

The Go consists of simple activities and sleep tracker but, it is not compatible with the new weighing scales and blood pressure monitor. It looks similar to Fitbit wearable. In comparison to other smartwatches ‘The Go’ is the cheapest of all available device at the price of £40 ($50).

The Steel:

The Nokia Steel consists of traditional watch face but is featured with sleep and activity tracking. This smartwatch can also sync with the custom phone app and also be connected to Nokia’s matching scales and pressure monitors which users will have to purchase explicitly. The battery of the gadget will survive for almost a year and to be available at £120 ($150).

The Steel HR:

The Steel HR is similar to The Steel except that it looks classy and is equipped with various features such as heart rate monitor, ability to receive text, calls and event alerts. It also consists of sleep analysis cycle tool with a battery life upto 25 days when fully charged. The Steel HR watch is priced at £170 ($215) which is costly of all the three watches.

Nokia’s scales will cost around £60 ($76) while the blood pressure monitor is priced at £110 ($140).

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