|Screen resolution||70 x 70 px|
|Colour of product||Black|
|Heart Rate Monitor||Built-in|
|Battery capacity||500.0 mAh|
|Battery life (running)||50.0 h|
|Battery life (standby mode)||42.0 day|
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