Cubot F1 Officially Launched – Selling for $70 Plus 20 Free Units up for Reviewers

Cubot F1

After some hinting couple weeks back, Cubot have finally launched the Cubot F1; the latest wearable device coming from this well known smartphone company. To give us an idea of the overall look of the smartwatch they’ve also released a short Youtube video; let’s check it out down below!

As you could deduce from watching the video, the Cubot F1 comes with a deep black metal frame, which has been polished to give it a more premium look. On the display side we find a beautiful 1.2-inch FSIN screen that will be very visible even in the brightest sunlight.

We then have a built-in six-axis sensor and smart chip to achieve “multi-dimensional” sports data monitoring. With an accurate measurement of the heart rate, accurate data logging and intelligent recognition of the sport you’re doing, you don’t need a chest trap for that anymore. The continuous real-time automatic monitoring of the heart rate is also accessible later on the app.

The Cubot F1 is IP67 waterproof, so you don’t have to worry about sweating or rain falling on it; it’s definitely a good choice for sport lovers. Other functions include SMS notifications, alarm clock reminder and social networking site message notifications.

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Cubot F1

Another neat feature on the F1 is its built-in countdown, this should help you become more precise in your workouts, for example you can set up the time between a set and the next. The Cubot F1 can also vibrate to remind you, so it can be used in noisy environments and in quiet ones without bothering other people. The F1 will give you a more gentle reminder than what you usually get on other devices.

Learn more about the Cubot F1 over on the official website or visit this page if you own a tech site or popular social media account for a chance to review it for free, there’ll be 20 units available.

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