Meizu, a famous name in electronics, has finally decided to jump in the wearable fad. The Chinese company has come up with the Meizu H1 tracker – marking the debut in wearable world. With hands-on features and reasonable price range, Meizu’s newbie tracker is already giving fitness goals to the users: which many popular trackers failed to do so.
Meizu H1 tracker is capable of monitoring the steps taken, calories burned, distance covered, sleep schedule and heart rate. The tracker also flaunts an OLED display screen and still weighs just 20 grams, thinking to make it your go to fitness tracker?
After collecting all the respected data, alike other wearables, it will send them to the compatible Android or iOS Smartphone app. Apart from that, the device is also capable of receiving notifications, messages, and incoming calls and has a built-in alarm.
Meizu H1 tracker has a battery life of 10-15 days and it is IP67 certified, which means that you can take it to the shower or drizzle of water without worrying it to stop working.
Meizu band has a lot to offer in a very modest price tag of $33. It might become the toughest competitor to the conventional fitness trackers, if it stands true to the claims made. Nonetheless, the wearable is hitting the markets on December 8 and we can already expect anticipation building up.