French smart device maker Withings is looking to expand its smartwatch lineup with its new Steel HR Sapphire series. The new offerings will feature the signature minimalist look with improved durability thanks to the sapphire glass.
There are two 36mm versions which come in White & Rose Gold or Blue & Silver and a larger 40mm Black & Slate Grey option. The casing on all three is made from stainless steel with chrome accents and leather watch straps.
The Steel HR features smart notification support, a heart rate monitor, connected GPS tracking which relies on your phone, special sport profiles and sleep tracking. Withings claims battery life should last up to 25 days on a single charge with normal use or 5 days in workout mode. All three watches feature a certified water resistance of up to 50 meters.
The watches pair over Bluetooth and supports iOS 10 and up or any Android device with Marshmallow or later. For now, the only available option is the 36mm Rose Gold version while the Silver and Black versions will start shipping in 4-5 days. The Steel HR Sapphire Signature costs €299 ($335) and can be purchased directly from Withing’s site.
The hell does that have to do with what we're talking about. I'm talking about fitness tracking. Also, every government does some type of monitoring of their people