Apple Watch Series 8

Apple Watch Series 8



  • The display is amazing.
  • The Fast charging support is good.


  • Battery life is not good.

The Apple Watch series 8 is a modern smartwatch and comes at a very affordable price as compared to other apple watch. It was launched by apple on 7 September 2022. The interesting thing is the display activity rings that let you know how much you moved, exercised and stood but the battery life is just 18 hours which is bit low. It weighs around 32 grams which is very light and many more features are loaded in it.

The watch has some advanced features in it. It comes with accelerometer and gyroscope, the watch can intelligently detect when you have fallen hard. You can also gain access to immediate with the access to Siri, you can get instant help and access to endless information. It is a best smartwatch with a lot of features and far better than other premium smartwatch.The viewing experience is quite good as compared to other. The watch has auto brightness which work smooth. It monitors steps and calories burnt accurately, and the results you will get which will be far better than other smart-watches.

Apple watch series 8 review and specification:

The Apple Watch series 8 is made up of metal so, that’s why it is very light and while wearing it does not feel anything. The watch has a 1.69 inch HD+ dispaly with OLED panel with a resolution of 484 x 396 pixels. It has 2.5D curved glass. The watch has 30% more display then other watches. It has a pixel density of 326 pixel per inch. It has a iron-X display, with 1000 nits brightness and the display type is OLED. The watch comes with a always on display. You will absolutely love the display.

Apple watch series 8 can create healthy bedtime routine and schedule where all your sleep goals met by the sleep app. Running, yoga, cycling, walking are a few of the many workouts that you can get started on with the watch. You get timely reminders to sleep, workout and when the noise level goes high, you will receive a gentle tap. It provides water resistance up to 50m so that you can get into the water without worrying about damaging the device. The interesting feature of the Apple Watch series 7 is that you can track menstrual cycle while strapped to your wrist.

Full specification of Apple Watch series 8:

Brand Apple
model numberWatch Series 8
Dust resistanceYes
Water resistanceyes, 50 meter depth
Protection yes
Screen size      1.9 inch
Touchscreen  Yes
Resolution   484 x 396 pixels
Pixels density326 ppi
Bluetooth     yes, version -5.0
USB port  No
Call functionNo
Charging modemagnetic charge case
Battery life   up to 18 hours
Battery Mah309 Mah
Body materialmetal
Weight  32 grams
Clock facedigital
Shape dimensionrectangular
Dial colorsilver, space grey, gold
Colours black, white, orange, blue, yellow
Active tracking features:
Calorie intake burn   Yes
Sleep cycle  Yes
Heart rate  Yes
steps Yes
Active minutes    Yes
Timer  Yes
Incoming call   Yes
Calendar reminder    Yes
Text message Yes
Social networksYes
Weather  Yes
Accelerometer     Yes
Ambient light scanner Yes
Gyroscope   Yes
Heart rate sensors  Yes
Compass      Yes
Altimeter     Yes

Review related to Apple Watch series 8:

1.From amazon

Sandeep Joshi

There is nothing to dislike( excluding the price).

There are some good deals for series 7 but its upto the buyer.

Please note: order a case alongwith the watch to protect it

2.From amazon

ketan nagpure

I upgraded from Series 3 , 38 mm GPS to Series 8, 45 mm GPS. It was huge upgrade in looks feel and performance. You will enjoy bigger display since they so crisp/clear with lots of watch faces.


Q: What about ROM n internal memory?

Ans: It’s 32GB.

Q: Can i set my own wallpaper ?

Ans: Yes

Q: Is it touchscreen?

Ans: Yes

Q: Does it show whatsapp notifications and can we reply to chats from watch?

Ans: Yes

Q: Does it has always on display feature

Ans: No it does not come with.

Q: What size is best for girl kid??

Ans: 40mm will be better.

if you have any doubt regarding this watch then please comment below.

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