NoiseFit Evolve Smartwatch Trying its best to leave a mark

Shore, a consumer electronics company in India, recently launched its latest NoiseFit Evolve smartwatch. The new series includes NoiseFit Evolve and NoiseFit Evolve Sport.

These smartwatches enter the highly competitive space of smartwatches and fitness bands to compete with the likes of Huawei Amazfit, Xiaomi, Lenovo and more. The company has priced the smartwatch at Rs 59999.

The product is available in three different color variants. These include Slate Black, Dusk Blue and Blush Pink. Interested buyers can visit to make a purchase.

We have received the Dusk Blue variant for review and I have been testing it for some time. Is NoiseFit worth your money? How does it stand up when compared with other smartwatches in the Indian market? Is the noise added enough to the product to make it stand out in the crowd? Let’s find out in our noise development review.

Design and utility

When you take out NoiseFit Evolve out-of-the-box, the first thing you’ll see is design. It has a design familiar to any traditional watch with a 40 mm dial and a circular anodized aluminum frame with plastic straps.

The noise has not gone out to introduce any outrageous design element. Instead, it has become a safe path of conformity to focus on facilities. Looking closely, the smartwatch also features an AMOLED display with slightly larger bezels.

Going back to the design, the main smartwatch module holds up to 25 grams without straps. The smartwatch also has an IP68 rating for water and dust resistance.

It can withstand submergence up to a maximum depth of 1.5 meters for up to 30 minutes. Shore is careful to claim that it is “not afraid of a little rain or sweat”. It also advises users to avoid using a smartwatch in a sauna, hot water bath or sea water. Not a single smartwatch can be used, while the Swimming IP68 is just splash resistant.

The device comes with an accelerometer and bottom-face heart rate sensor for the measurement. Bluetooth v5.0 has also been added to Shore for better connectivity with the smartphone. Buyers can use a smartwatch without a smartphone at all times.

All data will be stored on the device, ready for sync. The module comes with a button just to the right that acts as a home button. Users can also use it as a toggle to switch on or off. Noise has been made to bandages made with thermoplastic polyurethane, a skin-friendly material. Users can manually remove the straps to apply themselves.

Performing Noisefit Evolve

Moving towards the display, the NoiseFit Evolve has a 1.2-inch AMOLED display with 390 × 390 pixels. The color panel boasts a pixel density of 459ppi. Talking about general applicability, the display is quite bright even under direct sunlight, offering good viewing angles.

Similar to most display panels, the brightness level on the panel is hit when viewed from an extreme angle. It uses the accelerometer to automatically turn on the display when the user raises his hand to examine the smartwatch. This always complements the lack of on-display on NoiseFit Evolve.

The display also provides five levels of brightness depending on the user’s requirement. Anyone who wants to conserve the battery can operate it at the minimum brightness level. In the case of customization of the display watch face, we only have to choose from five built-in options.

There is no way to load your own watch face or download more. Overall, the display provides good black levels and colors to not distract the user. The entire UI comes with a black background making it ideal for maximum battery conversation and eye care at night.


Talking about software, it has two aspects. The first is the watch software you see on a smartwatch and the second is the companion app.

The watch works on touch-based gestures and presses physical buttons on the display. The first screen that users are greeted with is the watch face as a traditional watch. Swiping from right to left allows you to view fitness data as part of the “Today” view. It includes steps, heart rate, and sleep data with a compass calibration screen.

Swiping from top to bottom brings up the Quick Settings panel. The Quick Settings panel includes several controls, including DND, Find Phone, lock screen, brightness level, and battery status.

It also includes a shortcut to “Settings” and a pair symbol to indicate when a smartwatch is added. Swipe downwards upwards gives access to all notifications and right to left gives access to all the built-in apps. These apps today include Sortsmode, Heart Rate, Sleep, Notification, Camera Control, Alarm, Compass, Music, Find Phone, Stopwatch and Settings. All these features work at will. More on tracking in the next section.

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