Fire-Boltt recently unveiled a new smartwatch called Dream that runs on Android.

It has a 2.02-inch display with a refresh rate of 60Hz and peak brightness of 600 nits.

Fire-Boltt claims the smartwatch can run almost all Android apps with users able to insert a 4G SIM.

The device will be powered by an unknown quad-core processor and offer  2GB RAM and 16GB internal storage.

It is backed by an 800mAh battery which the company claims offers up to 4 hours on heavy usage and up to 36 hours on light usage.

FireBoltt Dream will have sensors for sleep monitoring, SpO2 and heart rate sensors along with several fitness tracking features.

It is currently listed on Flipkart with a label that says 'Coming Soon' but there is no official word about the price.


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