The smartwatch is dubbed the 'Pebble Cosmos Engage' and it features nearly the exact same case design as the Apple Watch Ultra.
According to the company's website, the Cosmos Engage has a 1.95-inch always-on display with a resolution of 320x385 and 600 nits of brightness. Compare that to the Apple Watch Ultra with a 49mm (1.93-inch) always-on display with a resolution of 410x502 and 2000 nits of peak brightness.
The Pebble Cosmos Engage claims to support wireless charging and Bluetooth calling. It's also said to offer a sleep monitor, blood pressure monitor, heart rate monitor, and multisport tracking. Battery life allegedly lasts up to five days and the watch features IP67 dust and water resistance.
We haven't personally tried the Cosmos Engage; however, as with most knockoffs, you get what you pay for. The Apple Watch Ultra costs $799 (on sale for $779). The Pebble Cosmos Engage costs ₹3,999 or about $48.36 USD but the company's website is currently showing it sold out. If you've handled one of these, please let us know your thoughts in the comments.
It's unclear if Apple plans to take legal action against Pebble to stop sales of the smartwatch. Make sure to follow iClarified for updates. Also, check out some more images and an unboxing of the Cosmos Engage below...