In line with the recent trend of accompanying smartphones with health bands, the company has also announced the Yu Fit.
It features an OLED display that can track steps, track your sleep and also alert you about incoming calls and messages. The Yu Fit Band is accompanied by the YuFit app which will work with HealthifyMe service to give feedback on data collected by the band.
On fitnesss front, it gives access to group coaching, social fitness, motivation and more. Users can choose a coach who will be available on call. First 1000 users will get a free personal trainer. The Yu Fit is priced at Rs 999, similar to the price tag carried by the Mi Band.
Besides, the company has also announced another device, HealthYU cassette, that lets you measure body vitals like ECG, skin temperature, blood oxygen saturation, heart rate and respiration rate. This device is an open platform and can work with any smartphone. Yu CEO and Founder Rahul Sharma also gave a live demo of the device measuring body vitals. With a single click, the ECG can be sent to the doctor.
It supports the Yu app and all the data will be stored on cloud. The HealthYU cassette is priced at Rs 4,999.