DIZO Watch D Pro and Watch D Ultra Unveiled with a Custom CPU and OS

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DIZO just unveiled the Watch D Pro and Watch D Ultra which both feature the DIZO D1 chipset and OS with Bluetooth support.

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DIZO Watch D Pro

Dizo Watch D Pro and Watch D Ultra

The Pro version boasts a 1.85-inch square display with one physical button located on the side. The screen can reach up to 600 nits brightness with a 60Hz refresh rate which is built on an aluminum frame packing sensors for heart rate, SpO2 tracking, sleep, calories, and steps.

As for the chipset, the device is powered by the Dizo D1 chipset that comes with an independent GPU and 4x more RAM resulting in fluid scrolling and “ other powerful features”. The in-house OS also has more features with support for more watches and deeper customizations.

Other features of the D Pro model are as follows:

  • 110 sports modes
  • GPS tracking
  • Battery life is said to be up to 7 days

The Watch D Pro comes in Black, with three different color options for the silicone straps – Blue, White, or Black. The price is INR 2,699 (around PHP 1,800) with a launch scheduled for January 17 on Flipkart.

DIZO Watch D Ultra

Dizo Watch D Ultra

This model will come with a smaller 1.78-inch AMOLED display with a higher 368 x 448 resolution paired with the same OS as the Pro model with Bluetooth calling support and all the same sensors.

The battery life is said to last for up to 10 days with a slightly different design.

This model will come with a price tag of INR 3,299 with the straps’ colorways consisting of Blue, White, and Black options. The launch will happen on Friday, January 12 on Flipkart.

*Prices in PHP are direct conversions using the exchange rate at the time the content was published. These are not indicative of actual local pricing and don’t include additional costs like taxes, etc.

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