It’s been a little bit over six months now since we last reviewed the misfit vapor. But we’re ready to get its successor in the vapor two. It was just announced and we’re getting our first look at it. It really makes you wonder if it’s worth picking up now for Misfit Vapor 2 review.
Stunning, modern design
The person really jumps at me here is the design. It’s a minimalist looking Smartwatch. But it actually has a lot of similarities to its predecessor.
If you look at both side by side, you’ll probably notice that the misfit paper too kind of shares a lot of characteristics. You have a round face style design. This one here is the 46-millimeter case. They do have a smaller one a forty-one-millimeter case.
The display here is dominated by a one-point four-inch AMOLED screen. It looks good with wide viewing angles punchy colors. I also like the fact that there is a crown on the side.
Misfit Vapor 2 What works
There’s a little bit of resistance to it. So it’s great for scrolling as well. But the downside here is that because the display is flush against the vessel, it’s just more prone to getting scratch. If you rub it against other surfaces.
So obviously, it shares a very similar design to its predecessor. But there are two new features that differentiate this version.
Track daily activity with built-in GPS
For starters, it features now a dedicated GPS so it has better tracking. In that regard and also features NFC, those are the two things that you didn’t find with the misfit vapor.
But beyond that little bit bum because it’s running the snapdragon with 2100 platform. So the older chip-set versus the newer 3100 platforms that Qualcomm announced not too long ago. And while it does seem to be fairly responsive running different apps.
And just navigating around what kind of curious to see what its battery life is going to be.
Misfit Vapor 2 Review Video
It is running where OS of course rechargeable battery interchangeable watchbands. It’s got a heart rate sensor and pretty much all the other sort of things that you would expect on today’s Smartwatch. It’s also swim-proof and the battery for the 46 millimeters is supposed to be 330 milliamps and on the 41-millimeter size is 300 milliamps now. They say that’s enough for all-day battery life.