Boat Wave Pro 47 with fast charging, 1.69-inch HD display launched in India for Rs. 3,199

Boat Wave Pro 47 comes in Active Black, Deep Blue, and Pink color options.

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Boat, on Monday, has launched the Boat Wave Pro 47 smartwatch in India. The watch features a 1.69-inch HD color display, SPO2 monitor, 24-hour heart rate sensor, multiple sports modes, and supports custom watch faces. Boat Wave Pro 47 comes with an IP67 rating for water and dust resistance. As per the company, the smartwatch is made in India and comes with one year warranty.

Boat Wave Pro 47 specifications

Boat Wave Pro 47 features a 1.69-inch HD color capacitive touch-screen display with a peak brightness of up to 500 nits. It has over 100 cloud-based watch faces, and users can also design their own custom watch face via the Boat Crest app. The smartwatch offers live cricket scores from supported teams and matches, including Indian National Team, Men and Women Teams, ODI, T20, and IPL.

Sensors on the Boat Wave Pro 47 include a temperature monitor, SPO2 monitor, pedometer, and a 24-hour heart rate monitor. The watch comes with multiple sports modes, including walking, running, cycling, cricket, karate, treadmill, football, and more. Users can also build custom run plans and track information with the boAt Crest App. Other features include music control, camera control, notification checking, sedentary alerts, hydration alerts, alarms, and sleep monitoring.

Boat Wave Pro 47 is claimed to deliver up to 7 days of battery life on a single charge and supports fast charging, which is said to charge the watch from 0-percent to 100-percent in just 30 minutes.

Pricing and availability

Boat Wave Pro 47 comes in Active Black, Deep Blue, and Pink color options. The watch is priced at Rs. 3,199. Boat Wave Pro 47 is available to purchase via the Amazon India website and in India.

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Boat needs to launch a watch with calling feature and should update existing features.

I have boat storm. It doesn't even support custom app notifications.

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