Dizo has launched two new smartwatches with Bluetooth calling in India, the Dizo Watch R Talk and the Dizo Watch D Talk. Prices start from Rs. 3,999, although there is an introductory price for the watch.
As you can see, given the names of these watches, these are updated versions of the Dizo Watch R and the Dizo Watch D available in the Indian market.
Dizo Watch R Talk and Dizo Watch D Talk: pricing and availability
I say Watch R Talk costs Rs. 4,999 and is available for a special launch price of Rs. 3,799. I say Watch D Talk costs Rs. 3,999 and the special launch price of Rs. 2,799. The watches will only be available on Flipkart like all other Dizo products.
Dizo Watch R Talk: main features and specifications
The Dizo Watch R Talk is the round dial version and comes with a 1.3 inch AMOLED display. It is one with 360 x 360 pixels resolution and 500 nits brightness. It also comes with an always-on display function.
The watch supports over 150 faces, including dynamic ones. Dizo Watch R Talk supports 110+ sport modes.
The Dizo Watch R Talk comes with all the necessary sensors like 3-axis accelerometer, optical heart rate sensor, SpO2 sensor and wear detection. The watch also supports tracking features such as sleep tracking, sedentary reminder, menstrual cycle, distance, drink reminder, music control, camera control, breathing training and more.
It comes with a 300mAh battery and lasts up to 10 days with call off and 5 days on. The watch has a decent battery life with calls enabled because of its single chip for Bluetooth calling, as opposed to dual chips used in other budget watches.
Dizo Watch D Talk: main features and specifications
The Dizo Watch D Talk has a square dial and a 1.8-inch LCD. And it comes with a brightness of 550 nits. It supports 150+ watch faces.
As we mentioned above, it supports 120+ sport modes and all the tracking functions that Dizo Watch R Talk supports. It also comes with all the sensors with the Dizo Watch R Talk.
The Dizo Watch D Talk comes with a 260mAh battery and an autonomy of 7 days with the call off and two days on. The battery life of the watch with calls enabled is low because it still uses the older dual-chip configuration.
Bluetooth calling is a must-have feature now.
Budget smartwatch makers are going crazy with Bluetooth calls and have released smartwatches with back-to-back Bluetooth calls. And it looks like the demand for Bluetooth calling smartwatches is increasing a lot.
But one gripe about these budget smartwatches with calling features is that it greatly affects battery life when turned on. Brands are trying to solve this problem, as we can see with the Dizo Watch R Talk. It has a single chip for calls and other features, reducing power consumption and improving battery life.