Watches have been the core integral of an individual’s schedule. And in the 20th century, new functionality and accessibility can be seen in watches due to the invention of the smartwatch. This electronic devices that can be placed on our wrists provided more profound insights into our daily regime. They are second to none in pursuing productivity for an individual. More often in the era of technology, these watches tend to be reminders of an events, a personal health supervisor, etc. Nevertheless, these watches have become a companion of our day to day life. And people have also named it as a personal assistant in this time of technology.

Lenovo the brand which is considered as one of the oldest and pioneers in manufacturing electronic device on the demand and desire of consumer has made its way into the trade union of smartwatch long back and has now set its comeback with its newest offering called the “Lenovo Watch X and Watch X Plus.”

So, in this article, we will be providing an in-depth review of Lenovo’s brand new smartwatch the Lenovo Watch X, which is ready to set this market on fire. So, let’s begin.

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Lenovo Watch X Specification & Price

Brand And ModelLenovo Watch X
Display1.5 inch LED Display
Dial and Band materialSilicone Made Round Dial & Band is made of Stainless Steel
Operating mode Press button
BluetoothBluetooth Version 5.0
FunctionsPedometer,Sedentary reminder,Sleep monitor
Message reminder
Alarm,Bluetooth,Low Battery Reminder,Stopwatch Remote Camera
Battery600mAh, Standby time 45 Days

Lenovo Watch X: Design & Display

The device is first of its kind with a sapphire glass mirror at its front transforming it into one of the most premium smart watches. It is accompanied by a 1.5-inch OLED display making it one of brightest and vibrant display any smartwatch has ever made. With OLED display at the front, the color gamut is as good as ever, and sapphire glass makes it even better. The viewing angles make it one of the best hybrid smartwatches displays ever. With a Lebanesestrap, the watch is a helm of the premium era.Lenovo Watch X Review:

The design of the watch is very simple and elegant there is nothing much to display. On the back of the watch, it has a charging slot, the watch can be run up to 45 days with a full charge battery.

There is a very small size of the display on the watch dial. Which shows you all the notification, battery indicator, Step counts etc. The display is not color so don’t expect too much but it is enough bright to shows you all notifications in the low light.

Lenovo Watch X: Hardware 

The watch is equipped with a 600 mAh battery and it can run for 45 days. It also consists of a heart rate monitor to track your heartbeat during your workout session and even your daily life that can provide more profound insights into the individual’s health. The material on the case is silicone made making it one of the strongest and long-lasting devices ever made.Lenovo Watch X Review: The watch is manufactured with an 8ATM waterproof sealing process which makes the watch to be used during underwater activities, and it is resistant up to 80 meters underwater.

Lenovo Watch X: Functions

The Lenovo Watch X is featured with the some of the most common ones like Pedometer, Sedentary reminder, Sleep Monitor, Alarm, Bluetooth, Low Battery, Reminder, and Remote Camera. There is one thing we would like to tell you that it doesn’t have a dedicated hardware for the Heart rate tracker. This function is in build in the app of Watch, to measure the Heart Rate you need to place your finger on the Flash Light of Rear Camera and it will measure it. Lenovo Watch X Review:

The unique functions of the device make it stand apart from its counterparts is its feature called sleep monitoring, which can track your sleep and lets you know the quality of sleep by segregating it into light or high quality.  Lenovo Watch X doesn’t stop there it includes pedometer in the device which counts the number of steps taken in the day and lets you know the calories burnt during the period of walking.

Lenovo Watch X: Other Features

The Lenovo Watch X also comes with added features such as anti-lost feature, which is designed to provide an alarm to your mobile device that is synchronized whenever the range of your smartwatch goes farther than 10M. It also provides you with sedentary reminders which remind the user through notification to get up start doing tasks when the set time is reached. This features transforms this device and hold it in its kind.

And it doesn’t end there, the surprise up the sleeve is called Gesture Photographing. This feature enables users to take or shoot pictures with the watch. This feature is crafted in such way that the watch joins the device camera APP and lets the user shoot the picture with a short press on the watch or a shake of the wrist. All of this makes this beauty a meticulously crafted device from Lenovo.

Lenovo Watch X: Review & Price

To say Lenovo is back with a bang is an Understatement. The competitive pricing of the device with the top-notch functionality of the watch makes it one most accessible companions on the wrist making the consumer more productive with it in every passing length of time. With elegance and premium additions such as sapphire glass at the front is very seductive and noteworthy, considering the price it is offered. With one of the vibrant display on any smartwatch, the watch x is one never to miss. Meticulosity at its center and curves to trade for it is one of the unique devices to be on the wrist.

The question remains is it worthy or is it better than those big players well it depends on the individuals. Well, the answer is a yes, and with Lenovo Watch X you can do pretty much everything you would expect to do with a smartwatch, if not even more. The Company also set the price of $69.09 Which is kind of very affordable to everyone.

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Founder, editor, and contributor at Technosoups. Shubham has been a gadget freak since longer than he cares to admit and loves everything to do with technology. He loves to address tech issues​es and write tech how-to's in a way that it can be followed by everyone.