7 Best Bluetooth Calling Smartwatches in India November 2022

In this blog, we will talk about the best smartwatch with call function.

The feature that has made the most headlines since the advent of smartwatches is the Bluetooth calling function that allows you to receive calls without touching the smartphone.

And this is the reason why this function has been considered an essential feature in smartwatches.

Due to the demand for this feature, popular smartwatch brands like Fire-Boltt and Noise have also launched a dedicated calling smartwatch series, which people have given a lot of love.

But apart from this, many other brands have launched very impressive Bluetooth calling smartwatches, which I have included in this blog.

I have been doing smartwatch reviews for a long time, due to which I had many smartwatches lying with me, and most of them come with a calling feature.

The primary requirement to be included in this list is a good quality mic and speakers.

However, I have also given importance to the rest of the features.

So let’s start with the best smartwatch with a call function guide.

But first, this guide will help you choose the best smartwatch under 3000 you are looking for.

Let’s get started.

Best Bluetooth Calling Smartwatches

1. Fire-Boltt Ring Pro

fire-boltt ring pro smartwatch with call function

Out of all the Bluetooth calling smartwatches I’ve tested so far, the Fire-Boltt Ring Pro seems to be the best, mainly because of the good features in the proper budget.

I am not saying that its calling quality is the best because you get better quality in premium smartwatches like Apple Watch.

But not everyone can afford those expensive smartwatches.

This watch is an upgraded version of the Fire-Boltt Ring, and some advanced features have also been given.

It comes with a large 1.75-inch display with 320 × 385px high resolution, which is quite sharp through the brightness could have been a bit better.

The watch is made of metal, yet its overall weight is only 55 grams, which makes it a lightweight smartwatch.

Let me tell you that its design and look are very similar to Apple Watch, where we also get to see soft silicone sliding straps that you can replace with any 22mm straps.

Also, it has a library of over 200 watch faces to get a new look every day.

It is an excellent feature for those who want to get a new watch face every day like me.

Talking about the calling feature of this watch, I found its speaker’s quality quite good.

The loudspeaker has been used in this so that we can get a better calling experience even in crowded places.

Let me tell you that it also has an AI voice assistant feature so that you can complete any task with your voice command.

There are some features in this watch that I find pretty epic.

First, in this, we have been given the Pin Code Lock feature to put a lock on the watch.

Although it is of no use to me, many people need it very much.

And second, this Fire-Boltt smartwatch comes with the split screen functionality.

With this function, we can access some options directly from the home screen, saving both time and effort.

On the other hand, if we talk about health monitoring, all the tracking data is received with decent accuracy, which I did not feel any problem with so far.

And finally, you can use this watch for 4 to 5 days on regular use while up to 2 days with a calling feature and continuous heart rate monitoring.

Read my full Fire-Boltt Ring Pro review here.


Display1.75-inch full HD
Resolution320×385 px
Weight50 grams
Sports modes25
Watch faces200+
Battery size180 mAh
Battery life5 days

What I Like/Dislike about Fire-Boltt Ring Pro

  • Speakers are loud
  • Sharp display with high resolution
  • Pin code lock and split screen access
  • A vast library of watch faces
  • Multi-functional rotating crown button

  • Dull display

2. Maxima Max Pro Turbo

maxima max pro turbo watch with call function

The Maxima Max Pro Turbo is a great option for those who don’t have enough budget but want a Bluetooth-calling smartwatch.

Maxima is a trendy brand in the field of smartwatches, and we also get to see many great features in its Max Pro Turbo smartwatch.

Metal has been used in the watch case, while the back side is made of plastic which keeps it lightweight with a better build quality.

It has a 1.69-inch full-touch HD display, in which the most exciting thing is that here we have been given the brightness of 550 nits, due to which you can use the watch easily in outdoor conditions.

I found the touch response to be outstanding, I didn’t feel any lag here, and its UI is also very easy-to-use, although I found the display’s colors to be a bit faded.

An active crown button has been given in the Maxima Max Pro Turbo, which performs two types of activities.

First, it allows us to change watch faces, and second, we can scroll through the content of the watch.

This watch comes with a library of over 100 watch faces in which we are also allowed to use custom watch faces.

Now let’s talk about its calling feature as well.

The mic quality really impressed me, and I didn’t expect such excellent mic quality; Also, the speakers are quite loud.

Let me tell you one more thing: with the help of this watch you can also listen to songs, and due to the loudspeaker, the music experience will be very good.

One feature that I found to be quite helpful and yet to be found on any other watch in this segment is the option to silence calls.

Yes, we can silence the call when we get a call in Maxima Max Pro Turbo, which I found very useful.

The watch has additional features like camera control, music controls, an AI voice assistant, and weather updates.

Also, talking about the battery, you can expect 3 to 4 days on average usage.

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Display1.69-inch full HD
Brightness550 nits
Sports modes12
Watch faces100+
Battery life4 days

What I Like/Dislike about Maxima Max Pro Turbo

  • Call silent feature
  • Simple, easy-to-use UI
  • Active crown button
  • Loudspeakers

  • Display color seems faded

3. Noise ColorFit Pro 4

noise colorfit pro 4 with call function

If you are looking for a Noise smartwatch under 5000, I suggest you go for Noise ColorFit Pro 4.

Let me tell you that this is a premium segment smartwatch from Noise, which launched with the Noise ColorFit Pro 4 Max.

Metal is not used in the watch, but the entire watch is of plastic build, which makes it very light.

The watch has a large 1.72-inch display with a resolution of 356×400 px, which makes the display sharp.

But the interesting thing is this watch comes with a 60 Hz refresh rate which no other watch in this segment offers.

The most significant advantage is that we get a very good touch response from the watch without lag.

It is the most highlighted feature of this watch as it gives us a smartphone-like experience.

Also, let me tell you that the brightness of 500 nits has also been given in it, making it easy to use in outdoor conditions.

One thing I liked about this watch is that it gets a digital crown button which proves helpful in multiple tasks like changing watch faces, scrolling content, etc.

Talking about sports modes, the Noise ColorFit Pro 4 comes with around 100 sports modes; very few watches offer in this segment.

This watch also comes with heart rate and spo2 monitoring, which works with excellent accuracy.

Overall, this is a good calling smartwatch that you can consider in the budget of 5000 rupees.

Check out these best smartwatches under 5000 for more options.


Display1.72-inch TFT-LCD
Resolution356×400 px
Brightness500 nits
Sports modes100
Watch faces150+
Battery life6 days

What I Like/Dislike about Noise ColorFit Pro 4

  • Smooth touch response
  • Fully-functional digital crown button
  • Decent mic quality
  • A lot of sports modes
  • Health monitoring with good accuracy

  • No Emoji support

4. Fire-Boltt Ring 3

fire-boltt ring 3 calling smartwatch

The Fire-Boltt Ring 3 will be an excellent option for people more attracted to more extensive displays.

The watch has a large 1.8-inch display, the largest display in the segment.

It has a resolution of 240×286 px, providing decent display quality.

The first thing that will attract you to see this watch is its design, which looks pretty similar to Apple Watch and makes it very attractive.

The watch has a metal build which makes it strong; Also, there are very soft silicone straps that are interchangeable.

One feature that amazed me is that it has a draining water function used to draw out water from the watch.

And let me tell you that this feature has not been given in any other watch of this segment.

On the other hand, Fire-Boltt Ring 3 has done a perfect job in the matter of health monitoring; here, we get to see the data with outstanding accuracy.

My calling experience with this watch has been great, but unfortunately, we don’t get the quick reply feature which I found very disappointing, but the overall calling experience was great.

One thing I liked about the Fire-Boltt Ring 3 is that it comes with 118 sports modes, a great feature for sports enthusiasts.

On the other hand, if we talk about battery life, you can expect 2 to 3 days of battery with the calling feature.

Read my full Fire-Boltt Ring 3 review here.


Display1.8-inch HD
Resolution240×286 px
Sports modes118
Battery life3 days
In-built calculatorYes

What I Like/Dislike about Fire-Boltt Ring 3

  • Large display
  • Draining water function
  • 118 sports modes
  • Built-in calculator

  • No quick reply option

5. Fire-Boltt Invincible

fire-boltt invincible with call feature

This smartwatch is for those who want a calling smartwatch with an AMOLED display.

The Fire-Boltt Invincible smartwatch has a 1.39-inch always-on AMOLED display with 454×454 px high resolution.

In terms of design and build quality, I liked this watch as the metal used in it makes it a sturdy and curved design for an elegant look.

It has also been given 600 nits brightness, which keeps the screen visible in daylight.

Due to the AMOLED display and high resolution, the quality and colors of the display are quite sharp.

There is no compromise on the display of this watch which is a good thing.

The watch has an IP67 rating, so that it will be no problem wearing it during rain or swimming, but be careful not to go too deep in the water.

For motion tracking, heart rate, and spo2 monitoring, we have been given dedicated sensors that provide data with reasonable accuracy.

I liked the UI of this watch as we do not feel any lag or complications at all, which improves our overall user experience.

Let me tell you that this watch comes with 8GB of storage, the advantage of which is that we are allowed to save more than 200 contacts so that you can make calls directly from the watch itself.

This watch has more than 100 sports modes, which is an excellent feature which all kinds of sports activities are available to perform.

Also, this watch comes with 100 in-built watch faces and over 200 cloud based watch faces.

So if you want to download or change it, you can do everything with the help of the app.

Let’s talk about the battery.

You can use this watch for about 15 days without calling, while you can expect about five days of battery with the calling function.

Read more: Best smartwatch under Rs 10000


Display1.39-inch AMOLED
Resolution454×454 px
Brightness600 nits
Sports modes100
Watch faces300+
In-built storage8GB
Battery life15 days

What I Like/Dislike about Fire-Boltt Invincible

  • AMOLED display with 600 nits brightness
  • Built-in storage
  • Good battery life
  • In-built multiple watch faces

  • No quick reply feature

6. Amazfit GTR 2

amazfit gtr 2 calling watch

If you are one of those who find round dial smartwatches more attractive, the Amazfit GTR 2 can be an excellent option for them.

However, I have already published a dedicated article on the best circular dial smartwatches, which you must read.

Since this watch was launched under the premium segment, premium quality metal has been used.

The watch has a 1.39-inch always-on AMOLED display with 454×454 px resolution.

Let us tell you that tempered glass protection and anti-fingerprint coating have been given on the watch’s display, which prevents its display from scratches.

And the 3D curved bezel-less design has been given on the top, which significantly enhances its overall look.

There are also two physical buttons on the side of the watch to access it, which makes accessing the features very easy, and they are also quite tactile.

Now let’s talk about health monitoring a bit.

This watch comes with features like heart rate monitoring, spo2 monitoring, and sleep tracking, and the best part is that we can access their data in depth.

Since this is the watch of Amazfit, like other watches, it also comes with a Personal Activity Intelligence (PAI) health assessment system which monitors all the health activities and gives a final score which we have to achieve as much as possible.

I really liked this watch because it has 3GB of music storage in which we can store around 600 music and enjoy listening to songs without a smartphone.

This feature will prove to be very useful while performing sports activities.

Now that we are talking about sports let me tell you that a total of 90 sports modes have been given in Amazfit GTR 2.

But the great thing is that these 90 sports modes have excellent accuracy and can track your every movement in a very good manner.

Additionally, more than 50 watch faces are also seen in this watch, giving it a premium look.

Since this watch is in the premium segment, we expect a few more watch faces from it, but unfortunately, this is not the case with this watch.

Battery plays a vital role in every watch, and we see extended battery life of 14 days in the Amazfit GTR 2.


Display1.39-inch AMOLED
Resolution454×454 px
Sports modes90
Watch faces50
Battery life14 days
Music storage3GB

What I Like/Dislike about Amazfit GTR 2

  • 3D curved bezel-less design
  • High-definition always-on display
  • 5ATM water-resistance rating
  • Music storage
  • Offline voice assistant

  • Only a few watch faces

7. Fire-Boltt Talk 2

fire-boltt talk 2 bluetooth calling

This watch is a great option for those who need a call function along with the basic features, and you should go for the Fire-Boltt Talk 2 instead of an expensive, feature-rich watch.

In this, we see a metallic build, which makes its overall look a bit premium and sturdy.

Let me tell you that it weighs a bit due to the use of metal, but there is no problem in wearing it, and I like slightly heavier smartwatches because they give a premium feel.

The watch has a 1.28-inch TFT-LCD full-touch display that maintains a resolution of 240×240 px.

Here I want to tell you that 2D high hardness glass has been given above the display, which prevents the display from minor scratches.

I have tried using it outdoors, and I can say that it has been given enough brightness that we can use it in daylight.

Apart from this, if we talk about the UI, there is a very easy-to-use user experience, with two buttons on the side, which makes the watch easier to use.

On the other hand, if we talk about the calling feature, decent quality mic and speakers have been given, which work very well in indoor conditions.

Still, getting a good calling experience in outdoor or noisy places will be very difficult.

All essential health monitoring like heart rate, spo2, and stress monitoring are seen in this Fire-Boltt Talk 2.

Along with this, the watch also gets sleep tracking with a rapid eye movement (REM) feature, which provides data with fairly good accuracy.

Plus, it comes with step count and calorie tracking, which in my view, are significant features for those who believe in sports activities.

But this watch does not provide data with good accuracy in step count, which is a bit disappointing, but I did not feel any such problem with other health monitoring features.

This watch has 60 sports modes, which is quite a good thing; you can track different sports activities easily.

The Fire-Boltt Talk 2 has some other features like in-built games, reminders, music control, camera control, and smart notifications.

In short, if you are looking for a value-for-money Bluetooth calling smartwatch on a low budget, the Fire-Boltt Talk 2 will be a great option.


Display1.28-inch TFT-LCD
Resolution240×240 px
Sports modes60
Battery life7 days

What I Like/Dislike about Fire-Boltt Talk 2

  • Premium metallic build
  • Display protection
  • In-built games
  • Multiple sports modes
  • AI voice assistant
  • Health monitoring with good accuracy

  • Inaccurate step count

Best Smartwatch with Call Function: Bottom Line

Not everyone realizes the need for the call function in a smartwatch as it threatens privacy due to the speakers.

But for those who spend a lot of their time doing sports activities like the gym or running, it is handy for them.

All the smartwatches included in this list of the best smartwatch with Bluetooth call features provide a great calling experience.

While selecting these watches, I kept the Bluetooth calling feature and the rest of their features in mind so that the watch does not have to compromise with the rest.

That said, there are many other Bluetooth calling smartwatches in the Indian market, but based on my experience, these are the best.

With time, I will update this list continuously so that you can keep up to date with all the latest smartwatches.

Please leave your thoughts in the comments if you have any suggestions or questions.

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Amit Chopra

Amit is a tech enthusiast who created this blog to pursue his keen interest in Wearable Technology. This blog contains reviews and guides to help you shop for the best product for you. He uses Fire-Boltt Visionary and OnePlus Nord Buds.