Minix is expected to launch sale of its latest Minix Vega smartwatch on June 22, 2021 – ThePrint
Bombay (Maharashtra) [India], June 22 (ANI / SRV Media): Minix, a Mumbai-based gadgets and accessories brand, is excited to announce its latest Minix Vega SmartWatch. Minix, based in Mumbai, India, was launched in August 2017 under the leadership of its parent company Maxtone Electronics, an IT company developing products such as motherboards and similar technology products.
Minix has carefully organized their USP for Minix Vega Smart Watch. SmartWatch has bluetooth call function, sliding touch screen, heart rate and blood pressure monitoring functions, oxygen saturation detection, deep sleep monitoring , 8 sports modes and an IP67 waterproof function. To make it more convenient, one can easily download 8 frequently used contacts to the watch through the app to provide convenient communication anytime, anywhere.
The 1.75 inch display of the Minix Vega SmartWatch is constructed of 3D curved glass with an intricate sculpture giving a strong integrated visual appearance. Its aluminum alloy body makes the smartwatch very flexible and graceful and provides extremely light and thin wearing experience. The battery life of the smartwatch can last up to 20 days. The Minix Vega SmartWatch is available in 5 colors; Amber, Black, Gold, Gray and Silver.
The Minix brand has also already launched two Smartwatches; Customers like LiveFit Pro and Minix TrueFit Pro. Minix also offers products such as DMBT 400 wireless neck strap, Minix TWS earphones and XT 500 wireless neck strap in the wireless earphone series. They also have power banks with 10000mAH and 20000mAH and other accessories namely Minix Unbreakable 3 in 1 Heavy Duty Braided Cable, Minix Fast Charging USB Cable and Data Sync Charging Cable.
Minix is currently trending in LiveFit Pro, Minix TWS Earbuds, MInix TrueFit Pro, and XT Wireless Neckband which are also their top selling products. One can purchase Minix products directly from their website or from Amazon.
When the pandemic hit the country, things were bad. The whole world has suffered both physically and mentally. This is when Champakraj Gurjar, the owner of Minix, thought about launching smartwatches given the fact that we all need to improve our games in terms of fitness. He pointed out that all smartwatches have health regulating functions so that they can give a clear picture of a person’s health status in multitasking smartwatch.
Siddharth Gurjar of Minix said: “Our products are designed to meet the needs of a customer to keep up with their health parameters and to take a step forward towards fitness and improving their health while keeping up with their life well. fulfilled. We believe that health and fitness are the most important thing. And keeping a regular track is absolutely necessary. So we’ve come up with a series of smartwatches that will cover all your activities from calling to exercising, and you can sweat as much as you want without worrying about your smartwatch. Our brand has acquired a solid customer base and this is what inspires us to manufacture products that will provide our consumers with an overall wellness experience. We focus on technology, style and performance and that’s what we bring to you.
Minix’s vision is to make fitness a common goal for the people of the country and with readily available and affordable fitness devices like smartwatches, one can take one step closer to fitness and health awareness. Minix aims to make fitness an achievable goal for everyone through real-time health and fitness tracking.
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