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Bingo M2 band with 0.42-inch OLED display, heart rate sensor & calling feature launched for ₹999

Bingo Technologies, a start-up from India has launched a net fitness band in India. The new band is called the Bingo M2.

The Bingo M2 comes with 0.42-inch OLED display. It comes with similar design like the Xiaomi Mi Band 2 and Yu Fit. There is a heart rate sensor in the Bingo M2 which makes it similar to the Xiaomi Mi Band 2. It has pedometer to count steps & distance. It has water and dust resistance with IP 67 grade. The Bingo M2 band has calling function and lets you notify when a notification is received but that works only on Android devices. It has 70mah battery.


  • 0.42-inch OLED screen to display time
  • Pedometer to count the number of steps taken
  • Calories meter
  • Heart Rate Sensor
  • Sleep Monitor
  • Sedentary Reminder
  • Calling Function lets you make and disconnect calls when connected to a phone
  • SMS Notifications (only for Android smartphones)
  • Water and dust resistant (IP67, upto 30 mtrs)
  • Alarm Reminder
  • Low-power acceleration sensor
  • 70 mAh battery
  • Weight :- 6.9 grams

Price & how to buy:

The Bingo M2 band has been launched for a price of ₹999 . It is available on Amazon and Flipkart in India.

Shivam Singh
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  • Paulo Jorge Dias

    It actually works fine, but the connection to the smartphone is a headache. The manufacturer recomends using DroidHealth app that gives me serious security issues. It is always trying to install third party files, which is higly unrecommended by Google. It can be a nice product but those guys on Bing really have to work hard on that app.