The Noise Noisefit Evolve 2 comes at a price tag of Rs. 3,999 in India. It is available in three colour options: black, grey and pink.
The device can be purchased from the official website of Noise as well as major e-commerce websites like Flipkart, Croma and more.
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The Noise Noisefit Evolve 2 packs the following items inside the box:
- Magnetic charging cable
- User Manual
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Before we talk more about the smartwatch, let’s see what on-paper specs look like:
- Display: 1.2-inch AMOLED
- Connectivity: Bluetooth
- Supported OS: Android & iOS
- Battery: 200mAh
- Weight: 38 grams
The NoiseFit Evolve 2 appears to be attractive at first glance, and customers can choose from three colour options: Black, Grey, and Pink. Just by looking at the watch, I can tell that it looks a lot like Samsung’s Galaxy smartwatches.
But I won’t call this copying as it’s a standard design for watches in the market.
The watch features a stunning display with a glass bezel that is curved to match the edges of the watch. The NoiseFit Evolve 2 has metal edges, but the main body of the dial is made of polycarbonate.
The quality of the straps has been improved, but the quick-release feature is still here. The watch straps can be interchanged with any generic 22mm straps to suit your taste. On the backside, you will see pogo-pins for charging and a Heart Rate sensor.
What I really liked about his watch was its weight. It weighs only 38 grams and feels quite light on hands even after being a big watch. I prefer to wear compact watches or bands for comfort but wearing this watch also feels comfortable on my hands. The menu and workout modes can be navigated using two buttons on the right side of the watch.
For a “budget” smartwatch, the NoiseFit Evolve 2 has a solid build quality. The fact that the smartwatch has a splash resistance rating of 3 ATM, means that you do not have to worry about wearing it in the rain or while washing your hands.
The Noisefit Evolve 2 packs a 200mAh battery and the company claims that it will deliver 7 days of battery backup. During my review period, I got about a week of usage with AoD and continuous Heart Rate monitoring turned off, which goes with the company claims.
If you keep all the features on like Always on Display, 24/7 Heart rate monitoring and more, you can expect the watch to last for around 4 days.
You don’t receive an adapter with the package, but you do receive a thin magnetic charging cable. It takes 1.5 hours to charge fully the watch, and a 30-minute charge can provide up to 5-days of battery life with the instacharge feature.
The NoiseFit Evolve 2 has a 1.2 inches AMOLED display on a 42mm dial. The display has a resolution of 390 by 390 pixels, and its brightness is satisfactory, making it appropriate for use both inside and outside.
Users have the ability to change the brightness and select from a variety of watch faces that can be downloaded directly to the smartwatch using the app. Note that the dial is somewhat big, so those with thin wrists should think twice before purchasing.
The benefit that AMOLED display brings to the table comes in the form of deep blacks, vibrant colours, low battery consumption, and an always-on display.
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Use this feature only when it is absolutely necessary because it drains a lot of battery life if it is constantly activated, no matter how bright the sun is or how dark.
The Always on display feature not only looks good but works good as well. The watch remains lit be it at night or under sunlight. However, keep in mind that it increases the battery consumption significantly.
There are 13 different sports modes on the Noisefit Evolve 2 to help you stay in shape and steady. These include walking, running, climbing, basketball, cycling, badminton, skipping, football, swimming and more.
The smartwatch displays information such as your running distance, calories burned, and steps taken, among other things.
The watch can also track your sleeping pattern, like other wearables and show the data on the companion app. There’s no need to worry if the watch is paired with the phone or not as the watch will still monitor your sleep and store the data in the watch itself.
There is a heart rate monitor that works around the clock, a SpO2 monitor, stress detection, and other features. In addition, it has features like Sedimentary Reminders, Breathing mode, and Water drinking alerts to keep your body hydrated.
During my review period, I found that the heart rate monitoring and sleep monitoring results were pretty accurate.
The NoiseFit Evolve 2 features a custom real-time OS by Noise. You may pair the watch with both Andoird and iOS devices. Setting up is easy and doesn’t take much work. It’s as simple as downloading the NoiseFit app from Google Play or the Apple App Store and following the on-screen instructions to pair your smartwatch.
The UI Interface is smooth as compared to other smartwatches in this price segment.
The menus and data points in the NoiseFit app are well-organized. You will have access to recent data through the app, which can then be imported into the Google Fit app for a more in-depth analysis. You can also choose from 100+ customisable watch faces from the NoiseFit app to match your taste and outfits.
The watch also functions as a camera shutter so you can take group selfies with just a tap on your watch. Not only this, but you can also control the music playing on your phone from this watch. You get the option to change the songs and increase/decrease the volume.
All the notifications and call alerts will pop up on your watch display. You can not just reject the call but also reject the call with a quick reply message, something that is not seen in budget smartwatches.
Lastly, what I really appreciated about the watch was that it not only supports English but you will also see Hindi language support, indeed a smartwatch made for smart Indians.
The Noisefit Evolve 2 is a great smartwatch with the features it offers under 5000. The only standout feature of the gadget I feel was its beautiful AMOLED display and solid build quality which gives it a premium look at the budget.
The fitness and health tracking features work just fine as expected. However, you should be aware that the step counter and sleep monitor are not always accurate.
Noise has been improving its smart wearables with time and the same can be said about this one. In my opinion, it is a good option to have these features, a high-quality colour display, at such a low price.