DESIGN AND DISPLAY
The Noise ColorFit Pro 2 comes with a good design with a big square-shaped dial. Unlike its predecessors, the Noise ColorfitPro 2 supports touch, and the settings can be accessed by swiping it to the left side. It is available in various colors like Jet Black, Teal Green, and Mist Grey. The material of the straps is made up of silicone, which is very comfortable and comes with enough adjustment options to fit even the smallest of our wrists.
Just like its predecessor Colorfit Pro, the ColorFit Pro 2 is light at 35 grams, and the strap can be detached on both sides. The backside of the Noise ColorFit Pro 2 consists of the heart rate sensor and the electrodes for attaching the charger. The company replaced the clamp type charger with a simple strip, which reinforces the magnetic connection between the charger’s pins and the conducting dots on the back of the fitness band.
On the right side, there is a home button, which is used to start/stop any activity and get back to the main screen. The touch seems to be smooth while scrolling through the interface. According to the review, two out of ten times the touch doesn’t respond.
The Noise ColorFit Pro 2 supports a 1.3-inch with 240 x 240 pixels, LCD touch screen. However, there is no information given by the company about the display protection. It’s worth mentioning here that the display easily attracts smudges and fingerprints. It has a big bezel on both the top and bottom on the screen, which seems to be quite disappointing.
DISPLAY OF NOISE COLORFIT PRO 2
The display is clear and bright enough, decent under direct sunlight and tends to consume very little power as well. The font and icon could have been implemented better. By default, it comes with only five watch faces, and none of them are impressive. There is an option available to adjust the brightness of the display. The Noise Colorfit Pro 2 also allows you to read basic notifications, alert you during the call, sedentary alert, and control music playback.
Software, performance, and battery
The Noise ColorFit Pro 2 is compatible with both operating systems (Android and iOS). To pair with the smartphone, users need to install the ‘NoiseFit Sport’ app from Google Play Store or App Store. After Installing, you need to fill up your basic details such as height, weight, gender, and birth year. You can catch a glimpse of your data, including Activities, Sleep, and heart rate in this app.
If you want data in-depth, move on to the Details section. This device comes with a sleep tracker, which is used to detect motion and analyze data for the sleep. The sleep tracking is quite good with many options like deep sleep, light sleep, and awake option. Apart from that, the graphical representation is very neat, minimal, and easy to understand. But there is more chance of improvement.
You can set alarms too, but the intensity of the vibration of the watch is below average, which is equivalent to the previous model ColorFit Pro. For music lovers like me, the music controller function is highly useful for me, where you can long tap on the play/pause and track change functions to control your music.
PERFORMANCE OF NOISE COLORFIT PRO 2
Talking about the performance, the company has made some good improvements to the second-gen ColorFit Pro. During our usage, we found the Noise ColorFit Pro 2 to be tracking steps as well as sleep decently if not accurate so.
Here decent means the margin of error is very less as compared to other fitness bands at this price. The heart rate monitor works well. However, there is no inbuilt GPS in this watch, and thus, it cannot track the routes of your outdoor fitness pursuits.
Moreover, it doesn’t track sleep when you are on the moving stage. This watch is water-resistant (IP68), we tried using it under the shower, and it works quite well. Here you get support for a variety of physical activities such as walking, running, biking, climbing, treadmill, Spinning, and Yoga. Now Coming to the battery life, the Noise Color Fit Pro2 offers 7-10 days battery life, which is quite impressive.
I Hope my Noise Colorfit Pro 2 Review is helpful for you.
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