- Cult.sport has launched its Ace X smartwatch in India
- This is the company’s third smartwatch after Beats and Burn
- Cult.sport Ace X is a budget smartwatch priced at Rs 3,499
As the Cricket World Cup fever unfolds, the tech world is also in full swing, with brands launching products to better cater to their users’ needs. Now, CureFit’s Cult.sport has launched its Ace X smartwatch that will offer live cricket score updates, which can be handy for those on the move.
The Cult.sport Ace X smartwatch has been launched, just months after the company made its entry into the wearable market in India earlier this year with two smartwatches – the Cult.sport Beats and Burn. The smartwatches come with in-built speakers, a square-shaped dial, and support for Bluetooth calling. We take a look at the price, specifications, and features of the new Cult.sport Ace X smartwatch.
Cult.sport Ace X Smartwatch Price And Availability In India
Cult.sport Ace X is priced at Rs 3,499 in India. The smartwatch can be bought via online platforms, exclusively on the company’s own site – cultsport.com, as well as Amazon India.
The device will be available in several colour options, including Black Silicone, Blue Silicone, Grey Silicone (Ace X), and ACE X LUXE. In addition, the watch strap can be bought in options like Brown Leather, Blue Leather, Silver Steel, and Black Steel.
Cult.sport Ace X Smartwatch Features
Cult.sport Ace X smartwatch sports a formal design and comes with a slew of fitness features. Among its highlight features is real-time live cricket score updates on the go. Apart from this, the smartwatch also comes with 113 sports modes to track progress across various physical activities.
Cult.sport Ace X smartwatch sports a 1.96-inch AMOLED Display with a resolution of 466×466 pixels. It has a functional crown and an Always-on display. With a focus on daily interactions and productivity, the company has also included Quick Reply, Social Media QR Code, and Quick Dial Pad features as well.
Thanks to its health-tracking features, users can monitor their heart rate and SP02. It also allows for sleep tracking, step counting, and calorie tracking. The company said in a press release that the smartwatch comes with a Single Chip Advanced Bluetooth Calling with one-tap pairing and BLE 5.3 technology.
In addition, the Automatic Sports Recognition feature automatically identifies activities like running, walking, treadmill workouts, cycling, and rowing exercises.
“The Ace X series smartwatch is a game-changer in wearable tech. It effortlessly blends timeless style with top-notch sports features, giving you the perfect all-in-one companion. And for our cricket enthusiasts, you will get live updates even when you’re on the move so that you do not miss out on the upcoming Cricket World Cup,” Shamik Sharma, Business Head at Cult.sport, said in a press release.
As more tech companies are diving into the wearables category, India is now among the fastest-growing markets for smartwatches. The shipment of smartwatches in India almost doubled to 12.8 million units in 2Q23, compared to 2022. The yearly growth was registered at 128.6 per cent in the first half of 2023, according to IDC (International Data Corporation). The share of basic smartwatches rose to 98.0 percent growing by 187.4 percent annually in 1Q23.