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5 Best Calling Smartwatches Under Rs 3000 In India (Updated)

Smartwatches that can make calls Under Rs 3,000 in India.

Calling Smartwatches Under Rs 3000
Calling Smartwatches Under Rs 3000

Bluetooth Calling was a premium feature but Indian brands like boAt, Fire-Boltt, Noise, Crossbeats, and even Zebronics have brought these features to budget smartwatches.

Bluetooth Calling Smartwatches Under Rs 3000

Indian brands are trying their best to provide all the features in budget smartwatches but as of now, they’re not big enough to provide the perfect smartwatch because they’re importing their products from china while just adding software on top.

Related: Reality Of Made In India Smartwatches

Still, we do have some great smartwatches with Bluetooth calling, SpO2, Sleep and even Heart rating Monitoring, so let’s take look at the best under Rs 3000.

Fire-Boltt Phoenix

Fire Boltt Phoenix calling smartwatch
Display1.30-inches TFT Display
240×240 Pixel Resolution
Touch Screen Panel
ConnectivityBluetooth Version 5.1
In Built Mic & Speaker,
Battery Life220mAh Battery
7 Days with Normal Use
FeaturesIP68 Water Resistant,
100+ Watch Faces,
In Built Mic & Speaker,
Sleep Monitor,
Sports Mode Tracking,
Stress, 
SpO2 Sensor,
Heart rate monitoring,
120+ Sports Mode

The Fire-Boltt Phoenix comes with a built-in microphone and speaker which will let you speak with anyone directly from the smartwatch, the speaker and even microphone quality is great for the price it comes.

The watch also packs all the sensors like sleep monitoring, heart rate tracking, and SpO2. The 1.3-inches TFT panel is a response too, there won’t be any kind of issue while using the smartwatch in day-to-day life.

It also has a 220mAh battery, now Fire-Boltt has promised 5 days of battery life but in real-life usage, expect the battery life to be around 2 to 3 days.

Here is the fun part, you can also play games on Fire-Boltt Phoenix, the games are made available by Fire-Boltt.

Verdict

For the price of Rs 2999, Fire-Boltt Phoenix is a solid option for those who wanted to buy Bluetooth calling smartwatch along with that, it has all the necessary features that will come in handy in day-to-day life from sleep monitoring to heart rate tracking.

Best Buy Link: Fire-Boltt Phoenix

Fire-Boltt Phoenix Pros and Cons

Pros:

  • Built-in Gaming
  • Good Looking Design
  • Usable Mic and Speaker

Cons:

  • Average Battery Life
  • Software Can be laggy sometimes

boAt Wave Connect

Boat Wave Connect calling smartwatch
Display1.69-inches TFT Rectangle Display
240 x 280 Pixel Resolution
Touch Screen Panel
ConnectivityBluetooth Version 5.1
In Built Mic & Speaker,
Battery Life300mAh Battery
7 Days with Normal Use
FeaturesIP68: Dust, Sweat & Splash Resistant
Built-in Alexa,
In Built Mic & Speaker,
Sleep Monitor,
Sports Mode Tracking,
Stress, 
SpO2 Sensor,
Heart rate monitoring,
60+ Sports Mode

boAt is another Indin brand that is more focused on affordable smartwatches, boAt Wave Connect comes with a 1.69-inches TFT touch screen display with a resolution of 240 x 280 Pixels.

The built-in microphone and speaker quality are excellent too, even in crowded places, you will be able to hear another person on calls. Still, this is Rs 3000 smartwatch, so don’t expect extraordinary call quality.

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The 300mAh battery will last for 5 days but if you use all the features like Bluetooth calling, SpO2, 24/7 Heart rate, and sleep monitoring then expect the battery life to be around 2 to 3 days.

The boAt has taken full advantage of the speaker and microphone, there is Alexa support which means, you will be able to ask anything while you can control the smart home feature directly from your wrist.

Verdict

boAt Wave Connect offers some features that are not available in any other affordable smartwatches like Smart Home enabled Alexa support and good quality microphone and speaker which will let you talk to anyone without any issue.

boAt Wave Connect Pros and Cons

Pros:

  • Well Integrated Alexa Support
  • Large 1.69-inches Display
  • Usable Mic and Speaker
  • Good Battery Life

Cons:

  • The application is not Well Organized
  • Software Needs Improvement

Fire-Boltt Ninja Call 2

Fire Boltt Ninja Call 2 smartwatch
Display1.70-inches TFT Rectangle Display
240 x 280 Pixel Resolution
Touch Screen Panel
ConnectivityBluetooth Version 5.0
In Built Mic & Speaker,
Battery Life5 Days with Normal Use
FeaturesIP67 Water Resistant,
Built-in Games,
In Built Mic & Speaker,
Sleep Monitor,
Sports Mode Tracking,
Stress, 
SpO2 Sensor,
Heart rate monitoring,
27+ Sports Mode

Wanted to buy Apple Look Like smartwatch under Rs 3000, so I found one for you. The Fire-Boltt Ninja Call 2 features a large 1.70-inches TFT display with a resolution of 240 x 280 Pixels while it also comes with built-in Bluetooth calling and games.

The microphone and speaker quality are not that great compared to boAt Wave Connect but still, for the price of Rs 2999, it’s not the worst either.

You will also be able to play games like 2048, Thunder Battleship & Young Bird on your wrist with a single touch.

Fire-Boltt has promised 10 days of battery life with normal usage but expects the battery life to be around 4 to 5 days.

Verdict

The Fire-Boltt Ninja Call 2 does provide accurate fitness data but it does have a good speaker and microphone for the price it comes, so don’t buy this smartwatch for fitness.

Fire-Boltt Ninja Call 2 Pros and Cons

Pros:

  • Large 1.70-inches Display
  • IP67 Water Resistant,
  • Built-in Games
  • Usable Mic and Speaker
  • Decent Battery Life

Cons:

  • Doesn’t Provide Accurate Fitness data
  • Bit Heavy
  • Software Can be laggy sometimes

boAt Wave Call

Boat Wave Call Smartwatch
Display1.69-inches TFT Rectangle Display
550 nits pick brightness
240 x 280 Pixel Resolution
Touch Screen Panel
ConnectivityBluetooth Version 5.1
In Built Mic & Speaker,
Battery Life220 mAh Battery
1-2 Days with Bluetoo Calling
FeaturesIP68 Water Resistant,
150 Watch Faces
In Built Mic & Speaker,
Sleep Monitor,
Sports Mode Tracking,
Stress, 
SpO2 Sensor,
Heart rate monitoring,
27+ Sports Mode

The boAt Wave Call is a downgraded version of boAt Wave Connect yet it comes with all the features like Bluetooth calling, SpO2, 24/7 Heart rate, and sleep monitoring.

It doesn’t have Alexa support because the watch is only available at Rs 1999 which is a good price for what boAt is offering.

One of the disadvantages of boAt Wave Call is its battery life, the 220mAh battery will last for 1 to 2 days.

The 1.69-inches TFT display will give you a good experience while 500 nits pick brightness will help a lot outdoors.

Verdict

If you don’t want to spend more than Rs 2000 on a smartwatch then the boAt Wave Call is one of the best options you can consider. It has all the features from Bluetooth calling to heart rate monitoring.

Best Buy Link: boAt Wave Call

boAt Wave Call Pros and Cons

Pros:

  • Large 1.69-inches Display
  • Usable Mic and Speaker
  • Available at a Good Price

Cons:

  • The application is not Well Organized
  • Average Battery Life
  • Doesn’t Provide Accurate Fitness data
  • Software Needs Improvement

Noise Pulse Buzz

Noise Pulse Buzz calling smartwatch
Display1.69-inches TFT Rectangle Display
240 x 280 Pixel Resolution
Touch Screen Panel
ConnectivityBluetooth Version 5.1
In Built Mic & Speaker,
Battery Life230mAh Battery
5 Days with Bluetoo Calling
FeaturesIP68 Water Resistant,
150 Watch Faces
In Built Mic & Speaker,
Sleep Monitor,
Sports Mode Tracking,
Stress, 
SpO2 Sensor,
Heart rate monitoring,
60+ Sports Mode

The Noise Pulse Buzz comes with a 1.69-inches TFT display and it’s available at Rs 2,499. While it features all the sensors like Optical Heart Rate, Accelerometer Sensor, and SpO2 Sensor along with a microphone and speaker for Bluetooth calling.

The 230mAh battery will last for 5 days but if you use all the features then expect the battery life to be around 2 to 3 days.

Verdict

The Noise Pulse Buzz is another good option when it comes to Bluetooth calling smartwatch but when it comes to fitness accuracies, it doesn’t do justice at all. Nevertheless, consider the watch for calling only.

Best Buy Link: Noise Pulse Buzz

Noise Pulse Buzz Pros and Cons

Pros:

  • Large 1.69-inches Display
  • Usable Mic and Speaker
  • Available at a Good Price
  • Okay Battery Life

Cons:

  • The application is not Well Organized
  • Doesn’t Provide Accurate Fitness data
  • UI needs refresh

Verdict

All comes to, which is the best Bluetooth calling smartwatch under Rs 3000?

If you ask me, the Fire-Boltt Phoenix is a good option for calling, don’t buy the smartwatch to calculate your fitness data.

Still, if you have any doubts or questions then do let me know in the comment, I would love to chat with you, and see you there.

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