Not the Vapor 3
Misfit has announced its latest smartwatch at the form of the Misfit Vapor X, the latest device from the Vapor line following the Vapor 2, and it’s arguably Misfit’s most premium wearable to date.
The reason we say that’s because it runs on the Snapdragon Wear 3100 chipset, which makes it one of just a small number of smartwatches to benefit from the enhancements the new chip bring.
The benefit of Wear 3100 is greatly reduced power Ingestion, so your device should last longer on each charge, but it also brings more accurate fitness monitoring and advanced ambient modes. In short, It Ought to Be good news for your Misfit Vapor X.
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Another alter the Vapor X has been in layout, as it is metal instead of plastic like on previous Vapor wearables.
Here, There’s an aluminium alloy case, which at 12mm is thicker than the Vapor two, though coupled with its new Sport Strap+, Misfit asserts the Vapor X is its”most comfortable smartwatch ever”.
The Vapor X Comes in only one size, in 42mm (the Vapor 2 arrived in 41mm and 46mm), and at 1.19 inches that the AMOLED display is just smaller than the 1.2 and 1.4 inches of the Vapor 2.
The Misfit Vapor X runs Google’s Wear OS Operating system, as preceding Vapor watches have, and it includes lots of the very same features too, such as fitness and heart rate tracking, water resistance and swim tracking, rapid charging, and 4GB of storage along with 512GB RAM. There’s NFC allowing for contactless payments.
In Reality, in terms of functions it’s pretty much indistinguishable To the Vapor 2. The main changes you are getting here are the metallic design as well as the new chipset, which should maintain the battery going for longer.
You Can Get the Misfit Vapor X from Misfit’s site Immediately, where it’ll cost you $279 (approximately #230, AU$410) — but if you pick this up quickly, Misfit is offering it for an introductory price of $199.99 (about #165, AU$295), which will be a significant saving.
We Haven’t examined this out view yet, but when we do we’ll allow you to know our full thoughts on it, so stay tuned into TechRadar to learn how great the Misfit Vapor X is.
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