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Crossbeats launches Orbit X, Bluetooth calling smartwatch with AMOLED display

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Indian consumer technology brand Crossbeats has diversified its Orbit portfolio with the launch of Orbit X, a premium Bluetooth calling smartwatch with full touch AMOLED display. Design being an essential element of the latest from the house of Crossbeats, Orbit X has a rotating crown shaped dial and an industry-leading 1.35” 3D curved display. In two elegant color variants – Midnight Black and Lake Blue – Orbit X is currently available exclusively on crossbeats.com at a launch price of Rs 5,999.

“Crossbeats Orbit X is the first of its class AMOLED smartwatch with 454×454 pixel resolution and 600 nits brightness. It comes with a host of utility-based features such as business card, wallet, health monitors etc. Besides it has a triple theme menu along with split screen display while the widgets too can be customized as per the whims of the users. It is a timepiece engineered in accordance with the needs of young Indians who keep pace with evolving times,” said Crossbeats co-founder Archit Agarwal.

He further said that taking into account the fundamental needs of young guns that are usually on the go, the smartwatch is equipped with Always-on-Display feature even as it has multiple in-built interactive watch faces. Crossbeats Orbit X has as many as 15 different sports modes.

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Crossbeats had just a few months back launched Orbit and Orbit Sports, both Bluetooth calling watches with the latter loaded with an in-app GPS tracking system. The Orbit range of smartwatches comes with in-built microphone and speaker, along with an exquisitely designed dial pad for flawless two-way communication.

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