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Hammer Ace 3.0, which looks like Apple Watch, came in just Rs 1999, equipped with amazing features with Bluetooth calling

Wearable maker Hammer has expanded its product lineup by launching the Hammer Ace 3.0 smartwatch in the Indian market. The wearable comes with a high resolution display and customizable watch faces. Bluetooth calling function has been given in this smartwatch, which supports calling from the watch itself. This watch promises a battery backup of 5 days on a single charge. Here we are telling you in detail about the features and specifications of Hammer Ace 3.0 ranging from price etc.

Hammer Ace 3.0 Price and Availability

Talking about the price, the price of Hammer Ace 3.0 smartwatch is Rs 1,999. In terms of availability, buy this watch online from bought May go. As a color option, it only comes in black colour.

Hammer Ace 3.0 Features and Specifications

Talking about the features and specifications, the Hammer Ace 3.0 sports a large 1.85-inch touchscreen display that supports peak brightness of up to 500 nits. The company claims that this smartwatch provides good readability even in direct sunlight. The watch comes with Bluetooth calling function, which means users can make calls directly from the wearable itself. At the same time, this watch also has the ability to store up to 50 contacts.

Hammer Ace 3.0 smartwatch Offers 60 sports modes. Heart rate sensor and SpO2 monitor have been given in this watch as health features. The wearable can also track sleep. This watch is also equipped with voice assistant support and metallic build. Talking about battery backup, the company claims that the smartwatch can provide up to 5 days of battery backup on a single charge.


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