When it comes to the display of this smartwatch, you get a 1.32 inch 3d HD Tft screen that really stands out from the crowd. It has a common 360 X 360 pixel display resolution that we can find in some other smartwatches.
Heart Rate Monitoring: 24-hour continuous heart rate monitoring makes it easy to detect and take further action if you frequently experience cardiovascular health issues. If you’ve been experiencing heart problems for a while, it’s not easy to do regular maintenance or watch your daily heart rate counts or even the ups and downs.
Battery life and life: The Imilab W12 smartwatch is equipped with a 330mAh polymer lithium-ion battery, which is slightly smaller compared to some other well-known smartwatches. The company claims about 30 days of standby time for this particular smartwatch, which seems good enough.
Waterproof Ip68: Next we should talk about the Ip68 waterproof rating, because this is what smart device users always want in some specific scenarios to easily protect the gadget from water splashes, submersion, rainy season, etc.
Dials: Dials, especially customizable ones, are one of the biggest advantages or attractions of smartwatches because they can easily grab your attention. Likewise, a stunning or cool unique watch face on a smartwatch can draw other people in a crowd straight to your wrist.
Connectivity: This smartwatch has Bluetooth V5.0 connectivity which helps your smartphone to easily connect on the go without any pairing or unstable connection issues. It seems that the connection range is within 10 meters, and the connection remains stable enough in most scenarios.
Blood Oxygen Measurement: It seems that most smartwatches have multiple health tracking features such as breathing exercise, sleep monitoring, fitness activity tracker, heart rate and blood oxygen monitoring, etc.