Imilab W12 is the new smartwatch of the homonymous company that promises performance similar to the top of the range. Let’s find out together
The wearable device market is expanding every day with smartwatches, smart bands and much more. We are now surrounded by increasingly technological objects and even the most “common” ones have now become smart. Also Imilab has pushed in this direction and created the new Imilab W12 smartwatch. Let’s start this article and discover this wearable device designed to have great performance and to compete, at least in part, with the various top of the range.
Let’s get to know the Imilab W12 smartwatch
The device is equipped with a display 3D HD da 1,32″ with a resolution of 360 × 360. Inside we find one 330 mAh battery which guarantees a duration of 30 days in stand-by. With daily use, however, the battery life is around 14 days. It features multiple functions for the well-being of the person. Among these is the 24/7 monitoring of the heartbeat thanks to the Integrated heart rate monitor.
The smartwatch is also equipped with a degree of protection IP68 which makes it impermeable to liquids, ensuring use in water for one hour at a depth of three meters. This allows you to use the device even during the most intense training sessions. In fact, the same is equipped with 13 sports modes to get the most out of every workout, whether you are in the water to swim or on an exercise bike in the gym.
In addition to the “fit” functions, this smartwatch is also equipped with reminder functions that notify us of all notifications arriving on our mobile. Incoming calls, SMS and app notifications will no longer escape you at any time of the day. Whether it’s a like on Facebook or a message on WathsApp, you’ll have everything “at your wrist”. To make it work you only have to connect your smartphone to the smartwatch thanks to the Bluetooth 5.0.
The device is compatible with all devices Android from the version 5.1 and higher and with those iOS from the version 9.0 and higher. In short, a device that at least on paper seems very functional and promises well. What do you think about it? Let us know yours in the comments. In order not to miss further news regarding the mobile world, keep following the pages of techgameworld.com!