While the big companies have gotten their announcements out early, Oaxis also has a few announcements of its own – Oaxis Star.21 and O2. The Star.21 has a unique feature where it only tracks your fitness in a 21-day cycle while the O2 is a more advanced fitness tracker with an LED display.
The Star.21 is quite innovative in the sense that it will take the initial three days of usage to learn users’ daily habits then it will set specific goals for users to help improve their daily life. After 21 days, it then resets all the statistics it has taken from the previous cycle and re-learns from the user to consistently improve on their health. The rubber smartband also has 21 LEDs on its diamond-esque surface which will be used to tell you the time as well as notifications.
On the other hand, the Oaxis O2 has similar fitness tracking features with the Star.21 but what makes it different is the LED display that tells the time and notifications. The smartband has an optical heart rate monitor on board and also the capability to display real-time workout data. In terms of customisation, it offers different straps and a modular design which lets the user customise the smartband to their own liking.
Both devices connect to the user’s phone via Bluetooth through the company’s proprietary app called “Lifebalanz”. The smartbands have an IPX6 water-resistance rating, as well as a 15-day battery life on a single charge via micro USB.
The brand might not have much presence in the market, but it actually has offices in Singapore and Malaysia as well. No information on pricing and availability has been announced yet but those who wish to learn more about the products can visit their webpage here.
[Source: GSMArena Blog]