Wickedleak unveils it first smartwatch at Rs 6,990

    Wickedleak, the Mumbai based Smartphone and tablet manufacturer has entered into wearables. The company has introduced Alpha Smartwatch in the Indian market, priced at Rs.6,990.

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    This Wearable is ideal for pairing with large-screen Android and IOS devices. Using Alpha Smartwatch, users can access notifications of Messages, Calls, Email, Facebook/Twitter/Whatsapp, Calendar, or even use it to play music.

    Wickedleak unveils it first smartwatch at Rs 6,990

    It is powered by MediaTek's MT2502 Processor which is specifically designed for Wearables.Alpha comes with 3D curved Touch Display with scratch resistant properties and is built with CNC Processed Steel. Alpha comes with a 240X240 pixels high resolution display (220ppi density). It comes with a 280 mAh battery which can last upto 2 days.

    Alpha also works as a standalone digital watch. Users can read received notifications, access the time and set alarm. In a busy world,it can be tough locating their phone when you have forgotten where you have kept it. Alpha Smartwatch packs in a useful new way to locate your missing Phone. Using Find My Device app on the Watch makes your handset emit a loud ping, making it much easier to find the phone.

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    Alpha is the perfect health and fitness companion featuring more enhanced multi- sensors. It has built in Heart Rate Monitor (HRM) which can give your live Heart beats. Additional, applications such as Pedometer, Sleep Monitor which helps you to keep track of your health.

    Wickedleak Alpha is exclusively available at www.wickedleak.org at a Price of Rs.6,990/-

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