Lenovo’s attack into the universe of wearable devices is situated to start with the Smartband SW-B100, which is presently listed on the manufacturer’s official website. The fitness tracker was seen going to the FCC prior the month, which uncovered a rectangular display.
The product page for the Smartband SW-B100 demonstrates that Lenovo is focusing on a more youthful crowd with its first fitness tracker, which will accompany the below features:
- Exercise Tracking: Steps/Distance/Calories/Heart rate, and daily/weekly/monthly data graph in APP
- Sleeping Tracking, and daily/weekly/monthly data graph in APP
- Smart Device Interaction: call/SMS alert reminder with number or name
- Alert Reminder: smart clock, appointment alerts/exercise reminders
- SNS sharing: sharing of track information to main SNS
In addition to tracking your vitals and demonstrating notifications, the Smartband SW-B100 will have the capacity to naturally login to a connected PC without entering a password. Xiaomi’s reasonable priced Mi Band offers a comparative feature, despite the fact that specific wearable device unlocks your device when it is in close proximity.
In light of the picture of the device on Lenovo’s page and additionally prior gossipy tidbits, it would seem that the Smartband SW-B100 will shun Android Wear for a more essential operating system, like what Samsung has finished with the RTOS-based Gear Fit. From what is listed on Lenovo’s site, it would seem that the SW-B100 will be accessible in blue and grey color varieties, and will sync up with Android devices running Android 4.3 and later, and additionally iPhones and iPads running iOS 7.1 or more. Windows Phone support is not listed yet.
What is your interpretation of Lenovo’s approaching Smartband SW-B100?