The joint venture of Cyanogen Inc. and Micromax: Yu Televentures has finally pulled the veils form its hotly-anticipated smartphone, YU Yuphoria today as well as surprised the tech world by introducing an activity tracker, called YuFit. Apparently, marketplace of fitness bands is rapidly growing in India, where almost leading brands are striving hard to make their stronghold. And now, arrival of this fitness-centric watch has increased the competition.
Talking about the features of this newly-launched fitness band, it can be connected to Android and iOS based smartphones via Bluetooth, whereby gadget can alert the wearer for incoming calls, messages and shows all these notifications and time on its OLED display. Just like currently present health-oriented bands, device keeps eyes on the tiny bodily activity of users and records fitness levels such as monitors steps, sleep pattern, calories burnt and distance walked.
The consumers can store all the tracked information for a long time time by connecting this wrist-worn with YuFit app (developed in association with HealthifyMe), through which they can improve their lifestyle and stay healthy. The main USP of timepiece's companion app is, application can even let you know the total amount of calories in Indian foods as well as alerts on excess calories consumed. As the matter of fact, this feature makes the YuFit different and peerless.
Here, a report of IBTimes says suggests that "company will give vouchers for free personal fitness training program for the first 1,000 customers for limited time." Incorporating captivating features, this new creation of Yu Televentures and Micromax will go on sale with an affordable price tag of Rs. 999 in June. And, this dirt-cheap health-focused band will be biggest rival of Xiaomi Mi Band, which carries the same price tag.