If you are in the market for a Huawei Watch, you'll want to check out this deal from Amazon. The retailer is offering up to $150 off the watch and has savings on the six available configurations. Pricing starts at $250 for the basic stainless watch with black leather band and goes up to $650 for the rose gold watch with gold stainless band.
We don't know how long these savings will last, so...
Posted by Harish Jonnalagadda on 2 May 2016 2:40 am
Xiaomi has launched the Mi Bunny, a $50 smartwatch aimed at children. The key feature of the watch is its ability to make and receive voice calls, made possible through an embedded pre-paid SIM card. In addition to standalone cellular connectivity, the Mi Bunny offers GPS, GLONASS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth.
Posted by Harish Jonnalagadda on 29 Apr 2016 2:51 am
Xiaomi has been rumored to launch a smartwatch for some time now, and it finally looks like the vendor will unveil its first offering in this space sometime later this year. Co-founder and vice-president Liu De confirmed the existence of the smartwatch, stating that it will be officially announced in the latter half of 2016.
New year, same story from Samsung when targeting the developer community.
Anyone following along with Samsung's Developer Conference (or any trade show where Samsung is represented, actually) is seeing a lot of the word "Tizen" mentioned — TVs, cars, appliances and the whole Internet of Things are running on it. As faithful Android observers, we sometimes have a visceral negative reaction to...
Huawei is currently offering an enticing deal on the company's smartwatch at vMall. Should you purchase the Huawei Watch through the UK or select European online stores, you'll be able to take advantage of a £80 (or equivalent) sign-up bonus on the watch with a leather strap or link band.
Being together without being the same now also applies to watchbands.
Watch any of the Android Wear commercials, and you'll see the same basic message. Take any smartwatch design you like, and the basic features will be the same. It's a great message, and a fantastic embodiment of the overall Android motto right now. It looks like Google has plans to take that idea one step further with a new...
Location sharing company Glympse has announced a version of its app for the Samsung Gear S2 smartwatch. With the app, you will be able to easily share your location with just a couple of taps on your Gear S2.
Posted by Harish Jonnalagadda on 25 Apr 2016 6:28 am
Motorola has announced that the Moto 360 Sport will be launching in India on April 27. The waterproof smartwatch made its debut last September, offering an AnyLight display that lets you view the screen under bright conditions, along with a built-in GPS that can measure speed, distance, and pace, as well as a heart rate sensor.
iMCO is currently seeking funds on Indiegogo for CoWatch, a smartwatch built on the company's Chronological OS with Alexa integration. That's right, the company has built Alexa into the operating system so that you can get answers to questions, hail an Uber and more with just your voice. Ex-veterans of the Android team at Google are responsible for building the Chronological OS, which has built-...
If you have been wanting to get a Pebble Time smartwatch but didn't want to spend a lot of money, you might want to jump on today's sale on Meh.com. The site currently has priced the Pebble Time down to just $90.
The Samsung Gear S2 Classic in both rose gold and platinum is now available at Samsung Experience Stores in Canada. These stores are located in Edmonton, Vancouver, and Toronto, and this version of the watch starts retailing at $549.99.
Posted by Harish Jonnalagadda on 11 Apr 2016 3:53 am
The Huawei Watch is now available for purchase in India. The smartwatch is set to go on sale at Flipkart starting later today, and Huawei has mentioned that it will also consider making the wearable available at select offline stores. Prices start at ₹22,999 for the watch with the black leather band, with more options and bands going on sale at a later date.
When the software experience is nearly identical from one smartwatch to the next — such is the case with Android Wear — we turn to more subjective features in deciding which stands out above the rest. And has been the case for some time, you really can't go wrong with any of the Android Wear offerings from any of the manufacturers. They all basically do the same thing, and they all basically do...
How important are your notifications to you?
While most of the connected world looks at smartwatches in general and tries to figure out if they're worth the investment, a subcategory of these watches is emerging. A watch that's connected to your phone has some uses for sure, but what about a watch that offers most of the same connected features without needing that Bluetooth connection?...