Puma launches its first smart watch

Puma has launched its first smartwatch in New York on top of the Empire State Building. This runs on Google’s Wear OS and includes GPS, the PUMATRAC app to keep track of your sports performance and NFC for contactless payment.

Puma’s first smartwatch was already unveiled at the IFA in Berlin in September but is only available from today. The watch has a 1.19 inch AMOLED screen, a Snapdragon Wear 3100 processor, Google Assistant, a heart rate monitor, a music function that allows you to play music via Spotify and of course various functions for athletes. According to Puma, the battery that is in it will certainly last a day.

The Puma smartwatch is waterproof and suitable for swimming. A nice option on the watch is that you can personalize it with photos from your Facebook or Instagram account. The smartwatch is available immediately and costs 279 euros.

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