Molife Sense 320
My Mobile|October 2021
Wear style on your wrist

After introducing a slew of innovative products in India, mobile and lifestyle accessories brand Molife has now introduced the Sense 320 smartwatch. In resonance with the brand’s mass appeal, Sense 320 has been launched for a limited time at an introductory price of Rs 2,799 (blackstrap) and rs 2,999 (limited edition with premium quality strap) and will be available on, Amazon, and Flipkart. Following the introductory offer, the smartwatch would be priced at Rs 3,499 and Rs 3,699, respectively, and will also be available on other leading eCommerce platforms.

Molife Sense 320 is the brand’s second made-in-India smartwatch and comes with dedicated sensors for Spo2 and heart rate monitoring. Sense 320 offers key health system metrics like true heart rate sensor, blood oxygen tracker, continuous heart rate monitoring, sleep tracking, and stress monitoring, to name a few. It helps you wear your style on your wrist as it comes in twin-color options like black and black, Gunmetal Grey and black, and a limited-edition version with a red strap. With an industry-leading 1.7 IPS infinity display, the smartwatch comes packed in a complete zinc alloy metal case attached to a silicone strap. Weighing just 54 grams, Sense 320 is extremely light and can be sported all day long.

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