The sales of wearables are expected to pick up this festive season.
In this festive season, customers may be less inclined to buy phones or home appliances.
BoAt, Noise, Fire-Boltt, OnePlus, and Realme have seen a 65% jump in products compared to last year.
The trend of wearables is growing very fast, and this festive season the sales of wearables are expected to pick up even more. The main reason for this is that the average price of the wearable is low, which does not affect the pockets of the customers much. Seeing the trend, it seems that this festive season, customers will not be inclined to buy a smartphone or a new home appliance, but they will prefer to buy wearables, smartwatches, wireless headphones or buds, as these are made available at low prices.
Talking about the sale till August, the products of BoAt, Noise, Fire-Boltt, OnePlus, and Realme, five companies that make smartwatches and wireless, have seen a 65% jump compared to last year, and they have about 38 million units. The sale has taken place.
It is believed that this figure will increase further in this festival season, due to which its price will come down. The starting price of a wearable is usually Rs 2500, while for smartphones, home appliances, you have to spend much more than this.
These are the latest Earbud and Smartwatch
Boat last week launched the BoAt Xtend Talk smartwatch in India, which budget Comes in range. The company has priced its BoAt Xtend Talk at Rs 2,999. Available in Pitch Black, Cherry Blossom and Teal Green colours, this smartwatch will compete with wearables like the Realme Watch3 and Noise ColorFit Pro 4.
Bluetooth calling feature has been given in BoAt Xtend Talk. The company claims that the smartwatch can last up to 8 days on a single charge.
Apart from this, Oppo has launched its latest wearable budget friendly true wireless stereo earbuds. The company has priced the Oppo Enco Buds 2 at Rs 1,799, and its first sale will be held on August 31 on Flipkart.