The ScanWatch Nova, the company's most recent offering, is basically a high-end version of the ScanWatch 2. The $599.95 price tag reflects the product's emphasis on being for high-end buyers.
Among the many features of the ScanWatch Nova is the ability to track heart rate, heart rate variability, and ECG. The wristwatch has the ability to identify abnormal cardiac rhythms, and if conditions such as atrial fibrillation are identified, users can access the ECG reports through the Withings app. In addition, the wristwatch has the ability to track variations in body temperature over night and measure normal blood oxygen levels and breathing difficulties during sleep. In addition, it has the ability to provide feedback on the phases, depth, and duration of a wearer's sleep as well as any noticeable disruptions and a Sleep Quality score.
The ScanWatch Nova can measure steps and calories burned while working out in 40+ preloaded activities, including common workouts like cycling and running, just like the majority of its rivals in the smartwatch market. The smartwatch can measure heart rate variability and provide users with feedback on their performance and total energy expenditure during strenuous activities.
Typically, the high-end smartwatch is equipped with a metal wrist band made of stainless steel, but it is interchangeable with a silicone band made for exercising. Finally, if you're into water sports or are worried about sweat resistance, the ScanWatch Nova is protected by a sapphire glass and water resistant to 10 ATM.
The smartwatch can be used continuously for extended periods of time between charges, according to Withings, as its battery lasts for approximately 30 days and can be fully recharged in less than two hours. The watch is scheduled to launch in stores on February 1st of next year, but it is currently available in blue, green, and black on the Withings website.