Fossil Sport Smartwatch launched in India for Rs. 17,995

Fossil has released its new smartwatch into the Indian market and it is known as the Fossil Sport Smartwatch. The smartwatch was first launched back in November last year. In India, the smartwatch comes with a price tag of Rs. 17,995 which is about $260. The smartwatch can be purchased via Fossil’s Indian website,, Fossil retail stores and other partner channels across India.

The Fossil Sport smartwatch comes with the Snapdragon 3100 SoC as well as Google’s Wear OS out of the box. Features that can be found in the smartwatch include a new battery saving mode, enhanced ambient mode, integrated heart rate sensor, NFC, and GPS capabilities.

Fossil Sport Smartwatch

The Snapdragon 3100 chipset was built by Qualcomm specifically for smartwatches. The chipset is built with A7 CPUs for performance and it also features a new DSP and an ultra-low-power processor to help improve the battery life.

Experience on the chipset are in three different modes- Enhanced Ambient Mode (Beauty of Fashion Watch + Power of a SmartWatch), Dedicated Sports Experience (Battery Life of a Sports Watch + Richness of a Smartwatch), Traditional Watch Mode (Utility of Analog Watch + Flexibility of a Smartwatch).

The Fossil Sport smartwatch is available in two case sizes- 41mm and 43mm. Since the watch runs Wear OS, features like faster access to information, smarter health coaching from Google Fit, Quick Swipe, help from the Google Assistant and many more can be accessed on the smartwatch.

In terms of connectivity, the smartwatch comes with features like Bluetooth 4.2 Low Energy (LE) as well as Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n. The smartwatch packs a 350mAh battery which also has Rapid Charging support. This helps the battery charge from zero to eighty percent within an hour. The battery lasts a full day in the full smartwatch experience. When the battery saving mode is enabled, the smartwatch can last an additional two days of telling time.

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