Chinese tech company UMIDIGI has officially unveiled its latest smartphone, fitness band or tracker if you like. Dubbed the UMIDIGI UFit, the UMIDIGI announcement comes in the face of the Coronavirus pandemic that has crippled the World’s economy, and as we stated earlier, the UFIT is a health tracker that should help keep the focus on your overall and fitness level.
Set to go on sale globally later this month, the UMIDIGI major highlight is its SpO2 monitor feature. While we may already have sen the SpO2 feature in a number of watches and Fitness tracker, particularly from Apple, Huawei, Fitbit, and Garmin, the UMIDIGI UFIT bring the special fitness tracking feature at a ridiculously reduced/affordable price in line with UMIDIGI’s market strategy.
The Umidigi Ufit gets a 1.3-inch color display and a stainless steel design that is water-resistant to 50 meters. Aside from being a regular smartwatch, the Ufit comes with sleep and fitness tracking, Music control feature, as well as a 24/7 heart rate monitor.
Speaking of battery life, the UMIDIGI UFit according to the maker should offer up to 10 days of regular use on a charge, though we are not sure what the exact battery size is.
UMIDIGI Ufit price and availability
The UMIDIGI UFitis already up for pre-order in China, and will go on sale globally on March 27 at an introductory (discounted) price of just $29.99 on March 27. If you’re interested, you can already visit AliExpress and add it to your cart.