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Lenovo Carme Smartwatch Review – Budget Smartwatch

Lenovo carme smartwatch is priced at Rs 3,499 this smartwatch has a function of the Heart Rate Monitor.

The demand for fitness trackers and smartwatches is growing rapidly in the market. While the premium segment has options for Apple, Samsung, Fossil and Fitbit, Xiaomi’s fitness bands are quite popular in the budget segment. Many other tech companies continue to launch their smartwatches. Meanwhile, Lenovo recently launched its new Smartwatch carme (HW25P). The company priced it at Rs 3,499 at the time of launch. However, it is selling at Flipkart for Rs 2,999. It can be purchased from Chrome and Flipkart. We’ve reviewed this smartwatch. Know here whether you should put money into it?

Design and Build Quality:

Lenovo’s smartwatch is designed like the Fitbit Versa or the Apple Watch Series with square shape. The entire body is metal and features a 1.3-inch IPS color display. Here is a 2.5D curved surface design. However, the OLED display should have been given for better colors here. The strap is rubbery. Here are two color options with black and green.

Its display is not touch-based. Here’s a touch-based sensor button to go to the menu. However, the lack is that it only forwards the menu. In addition, there are two physical buttons on the right panel, which allows you to select and/or select the right panel. Functions such as Off can be controlled. It is IP68 certified, which means it is waterproof and dustproof. Overall, the smartwatch is quite lightweight and looks quite premium in terms of price.


This smartwatch supports both Android and ios platforms. It has Bluetooth V4.2 for connectivity. Connecting this watch is quite easy. All you have to do is download from the Lenovo Life App Store and follow the process by turn Watch on. Once the watch is connected to the smartphone, the watch automatically connects to the watch phone when Bluetooth is on. Its interface is also quite simple. In such a way it can be used quite easily. In terms of interfaces, there are not many options for the watch face. Here you only get three options. It could have been extended.

The watch features a 24-hour heart rate monitor, sleep monitor and 8 sports modes. These modes include skipping, badminton, basketball, football, swimming, walking, running and cycling. It also shows the weather. It also offers features such as app and message notification alerts, call alerts and timers. All statistics for functions such as sports mode and sleep monitor can be viewed in the app. You can also set goals here. However, we don’t find it correct in the data in step count. This problem can be the rest of the modes, we have not recorded and tested data across modes.

Also, its heart rate monitor works better. It also responses notification alerts and call alerts better. One problem, though, is that the notifications found in the Hindi are not clear ways to show, the font is difficult. Similarly, the gesture feature sometimes doesn’t properly respond to time and notifications. In this case, you have to use the physical button.

Xiaomi’s latest fitness tracker Mi Band 4 is priced at Rs 2,299. In comparison, Xiaomi’s fitness tracker is priced lower and offers features in Lenovo as well as other features. This mainly includes music controls. So we expected the at least a music control feature in Lenovo Carme. Similarly, Xiaomi’s fitness tracker also features an AMOLED display and its battery life is 20 days, according to the company’s claim. One thing, though, would be to say that the look of Lenovo Carme is quite irresistible.

However, the company claimed 7 days of battery performance for Lenovo Carme.


Now the question is, should the money be put into this new Lenovo carme smartwatch? So the answer is that Xiaomi’s fitness tracker Mi Band is available for Rs. 4,299 with a few fine features. But if you want to compromise with certain features and buy a good looking smartwatch in a budget, you can invest in it.

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Caleb Lombardo
Caleb Lombardo
Caleb is an experienced cryptocurrency analyst, day-trader, and enthusiast. Since 2015, Caleb has been involved in various cryptocurrency projects as an advisor and executive. His passion for cryptocurrency and blockchain technology led him to the acquisition of Stackzea.