Fashion smart watch model DTNO.1 DT99 is coming soon


Even though there are plenty of smartwatch and smartband models available on the market, we always want more. Because nothing is ever perfect and smartwatches are not just a technical gadget on your wrist. Sometimes the even more important function is to be the fancy design fashion accessory. Well known watchmakers from the DTNO.1 company are of course aware of that and very soon will try to impress us with their new fashion smartwatch model. And at a first glance the new DT99 smartwatch piece looks pretty interesting.


Modern smartwatch of course need a proper quality of display, ideally with the AMOLED panel. And DT99 is fully in agreement, so bringing large 2.04-inch AMOLED screen with 368 x 448 pixel resolution and 326 PPI. That’s well into the “Retina” territory and should be quite a treat. The screen is also fairly nicely protected with some sturdy explosion-proof tempered glass. And speaking of the design and materials, zinc alloy + IML for the body and the control crown also looks pretty good. While it is also fully sealed waterproof structure with IPx7 certification.

Gizchina News of the week

Not only fashion style, but also solid features

Looks are important, but you can’t neglect the features either. So the DT99 will offer full scale of the health tracking sensors, from optical heart rate measuring to blood oxygen, breathing exercises, sleep tracking, female health monitoring and more. On top of that will come support for more than 154 sport modes, which should be plenty of training options for anybody. Large 260 mAh battery promises about 7-10 days of battery life and also comes with wireless charging. Personalized app and some other minor features will be the cherry on top to discover.

You will be able to choose from three colors of the silicone straps as well. From classic black to feminine pinkish purple and sleek light grey. The DT99 smartwatch certainly looks promising, but we still have no idea about its pricing. But that should be unveiled pretty soon anyway, so stay tuned.

Disclaimer: We may be compensated by some of the companies whose products we talk about, but our articles and reviews are always our honest opinions. For more details, you can check out our editorial guidelines and learn about how we use affiliate links.

Previous Xiaomi Promises Class-leading Support for the Redmi K60 Ultra
Next Is Microsoft Edge Accidentally Flagging Chrome Setup as Malware?