Noise ColorFit Vision 2 Smartwatch Launched In India With 40 Sports Modes

By G. S. Vasan | Published 24 Jun 2022 17:08 IST
  • Noise ColorFit Vision 2 has got an AMOLED panel with an Always-on display.

  • The other ColorFit Vision 2 specifications are 40 sports modes, AMOLED display, up to 7 days' worth of juice, and trackers for heart rate and blood oxygen.

  • The Noise ColorFit Vision 2 goes on sale through Flipkart and

Noise ColorFit Vision 2 India Price, Availability and Specs

Noise has brought a new smartwatch for the Indian audience christened ColorFit Vision 2. It sports an AMOLED screen on the front with Always-On Display for a quick look at the time and other important information. The wearable also comes with standard offerings like the ability to monitor various sports modes, heart rate, and blood oxygen. 


Noise ColorFit Vision 2 Specs and Features

Noise has given 40 sports activities to track. Along with it, you can monitor the health metrics like 24/7 heart rate, SpO2, menstrual cycle, sleep, etc. 


You can connect to a smartphone and get the notifications synced. You get alerts such as SMS messages, emails, weather alerts, alarms, and calendar alerts. 

You access these features through a 1.78-inch AMOLED touchscreen that’s squircle in shape. 

All these and the watch runs for 7 days. You get to charge it up using a magnetic adapter. 

Noise ColorFit Vision 2 Price and Availability

You can pick a Noise ColorFit Vision 2 starting June 24 at an introductory price of ₹2,999 through Flipkart and Noise website. The available colorways are Black, Green, Blue, and Rose Gold.


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Noise ColorFit Nav Plus Smartwatch Key Specs, Price and Launch Date

Rs. 3999
Release Date: 14 May 2022
Variant: None
Market Status: Launched

Key Specs

  • Type LCD
  • Power (Battery,mAh) NA
  • Compatible OS Android, iOS
  • Water Resistant Yes
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