NoiseFit Origin Review: Design, Display, Features, UI, App Connectivity, Usage, Performance And Battery

NoiseFit Origin Review: Given how frequently it releases press releases and introduces new products, noise does make a significant contribution to my overflowing inbox. However, in comparison to the majority of the products that the company has offered up to this point, its most recent smartwatch makes an effort to up the ante and take a course that is somewhat more expensive.

Named as the NoiseFit Beginning, this wearable flaunts another EN 1 processor that guarantees smoother execution. It also has a new user interface called Nebula and other improvements all around, like a new health suite for Rs 6,499. Let’s see how it does in general.

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NoiseFit Origin Review 2024

The smartwatch has a great plan, looks exquisite, and inspite of AOD highlight being on, battery reinforcement is noteworthy. This watch merits purchasing, and a total incentive for cash item. This is an ideal gadget in the event that you are financial plan compelled.

It is amazing because it has a lot more features than anyone could ever hope for from a device at this price point. It has SPO2 which is awesome, the rest following is likewise great and the watch faces choices are additionally cool. Smartwatches can collect a lot of information about a person’s health, like their activity levels, heart rate, and sleep patterns, to help people manage their health.

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NoiseFit Origin Review Details

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Design And Display

With its contour cut, stainless steel circular case, the NoiseFit Origin does look premium. The brown leather strap helps add to that, at least in terms of the overall look. That said, the strap could do with some improvement in terms of the quality – on closer inspection, it feels a tad rubbery, the buckle seems flimsy, and the length of the strap is a bit short as well. This however, seems to be the only niggle, as the rest of the design sticks to the premium theme. It’s an easy fix too, as the 22mm band can easily be replaced with any conventional strap of the same width. What’s more, Noise sells the Origin smartwatch with a choice of magnetic and silicone bands too, if you don’t want the leather option.There’s a range of colours too – Jet Black, Silver Grey, Midnight Black, Mosaic Blue, Classic Black, and Classic Brown.

The metal case features a functional crown on the right, along with a multifunction key placed lower. It’s water resistant up to 3ATM. The distinctive gears on the sides of the case and on the crown, the markers on the bezel, and the display that’s raised above the base, giving it a 3D look, helps accentuate the premium look. The 1.46-inch, 466 x 466 AMOLED display with 60Hz refresh rate can go up to 600 nits in terms of brightness, and remains quite readable even when out and about in the harsh sun. The colours look vibrant, and there’s support for AoD as well.


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On offer are the usual assortment of smart and health features. There’s Bluetooth calling, notification mirroring, over 100 watch faces for customisation, alarms, weather, stopwatch, pomodoro, reminders, calculator, music playback control, etc.

For health and fitness, the feature set includes steps, sleep, heart rate tracking, SpO2, female health features, stress monitoring, support for over 100 sports activities, one-touch measurement of key parameters, etc. On the flip side, the Origin lacks an ambient light sensor for controlling screen brightness, and there’s no built-in GPS as well. The latter does seem like an odd miss, given how said feature has now trickled down to budget smartwatches too, and its absence means the user needs to have a paired smartphone on his/ her person to be able to track their runs and other outdoor workouts.

UI and app connectivity

Featuring a swipe-driven interface and aided by the rotatable crown, Nebula UI is simple to use and doesn’t need any learning curve. Moreover, the UI is fairly customisable, and apart from watch faces, you can customise widgets, and even how the app drawer appears. The crown can be rotated to scroll through lists and menus, and is a useful addition, though it does feel a tad bit hard to rotate, and needs you to use two fingers. The UI uses vibrant colours and gradients for elements such as onscreen buttons, and while I can’t say they’re all to my liking, overall, I don’t have any gripes here.

The NoiseFit app handles pairing, syncing and management duties, and first-time users might find it a bit cluttered. That said, one soon gets the hang of it, and it serves as a handy reference dashboard for all your health and activity data, along with giving you access to the watch’s settings, watch faces etc.

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Usage, performance and battery

While I didn’t really face any issues with the previous watches from the brand that have adorned my wrist in the past, the new processor and the Nebula UI do provide fluid usage, without any lag or jitter. The captured data seems satisfactory and within the margin of error – no complaints there. The app helps provide an insightful look at historical data and corresponding insights, which can become useful indicators of your health, especially over the longer term. The Bluetooth calling feature could help in a pinch, though I think the speaker on the watch could have been louder. Moving on to the battery life, it delivers about 5 days worth, give or take, which is not too shabby.


With a price tag of Rs 6,499, the NoiseFit Origin appears to be more expensive, especially considering that it lacks features like built-in GPS. Additionally, the leather strap could use some enhancement. On the positive side, the smartwatch highlights a decent, competent screen, and a plan that looks premium and could get you a few second glances too. It does more than it does not, and Noise has done a good job of providing numerous color, band, and other options. The combination of the EN 1 processor and the Nebula UI is also quick, and the battery life is quite respectable. Worth a more critical look on the off chance that these perspectives appeal to you.

NoiseFit Origin Review FAQ’S

Is NoiseFit a good brand?

This is a perfect device if you are budget constrained.

What is the purpose of a smartwatch?

Smartwatches can collect a lot of information about a person's health, like their activity levels, heart rate, and sleep patterns, to help people manage their health.

Is Noise a Chinese company?

Noise is an Indian company for producing and distributing wearables and other such products.

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