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  1. OnePlus Watch could get Always-On Display feature in future update OnePlus has revealed that its new wearable, the OnePlus Watch, could one day get an always-on display feature in a future update. When the OnePlus Watch was introduced, one of the things that stood out were claims about battery life. The company said the wearable could get a week’s worth of use after 20 minutes on a charger. Battery life was a huge priority for OnePlus, which is why an always-on display feature wasn’t introduced. “The one thing we unanimously seemed to agree upon is tha
  2. Samsung's future smartwatch is rumored to use Android, not Tizen It might be all about the Google ecosystem. Cherlynn Low/Engadget Samsung has been using its Tizen platform on smartwatches ever since 2014's Gear 2 line, but it might go back to its Android 'roots' in the near future. Both SamMobile and well-known leaker Ice Universe claim Samsung is making a smartwatch using Android (possibly Wear OS) rather than its usual platform. It would be the first time Samsung had used Android on the wrist since early products like the Galaxy Gear and Gear Live.
  3. Facebook's next attempt at hardware may be a smartwatch A report suggests Facebook's first watch could go on sale next year. Pheelings Media via Getty Images Facebook's past forays into hardware have had mixed results, ranging from well-regarded Oculus VR headsets to an ill-fated phone tie-up with HTC. Now The Information cites anonymous sources saying the company will try again with a smartwatch that includes a built-in cellular connection. The report claims an initial version could arrive next year powered by an open-source version of Android, with a fol
  4. Samsung’s next smartwatch reportedly tracks blood sugar levels On the Android side of things, Samsung’s Galaxy Watch lineup is perhaps the most advanced smartwatch available. With its next generation, it looks like Samsung is going to expand its health efforts on smartwatches to include blood sugar tracking. A report from ETNews claims that, like the next Apple Watch, Samsung’s next Tizen-based Galaxy Watch will be able to detect and track your blood glucose levels, more commonly known as blood sugar. This is done using an optical sensor rather than drawing
  5. Fossil debuts an LTE smartwatch and adds new styles to its Michael Kors lineup Plus, some hybrid watches from Skagen. Fossil Fossil is single-handedly keeping the Wear OS dream alive as the platform languishes while we wait for Google to complete its acquisition of Fitbit. At CES 2021, the fashion giant is announcing several new smartwatches and hybrid watches from its family of brands including Michael Kors and Skagen. Of note, it’s introducing its first LTE-enabled smartwatch under the Fossil Gen 5 family. Meanwhile, the new Michael Kors A
  6. Looks like LG's taking Samsung's discarded idea and running with it After Samsung axed the camera module from its smartwatches after the first Galaxy Gear it appeared that was the end of the feature, but it looks like LG has other ideas. The South Korean company has recently filed a patent with the USTPO (United States Trademark and Patent Office) for a design of a smartwatch with a camera module. The patent was spotted by LetsGoDigitalshowing a "a smart watch comprising a camera" and includes a couple of designs of
  7. There’s been a lot of news in the Wear OS world this week from Alphabet possibly buying Fitbit to a new Moto 360 and even a new chipset too. Now, we’re getting a better look at Xiaomi’s upcoming Mi Watch which is expected to run on Wear OS including a first look at its design. XDA-Developers spotted a few posts on Weibo which confirm the design and several details of the upcoming Mi Watch. First and foremost, let’s take a look at the design here. As hinted at in an earlier teaser, it’s clear Xiaomi’s first Wear OS smartwatch, the Mi Watch, is going to steal the design o
  8. When Google originally announced Android Wear (now called Wear OS), one of the first smartwatches with it was Motorola's Moto 360, it quickly became a fan-favorite with its elegant design; it was also one of the first Android-powered smartwatches with a round design. Many were disappointed in 2016 when Motorola said it was getting out of the smartwatch market, after two generations of the Moto 360. But if you're a fan of the brand, there's good news: the Moto 360 is back. The brand is being licensed to a company called eBuyNow, similar to how Nokia licenses its brand to HMD Global
  9. After announcing its penta-camera smartphone, Xiaomi has also introduced its first smartwatch that’s simply called the Xiaomi Watch. It looks identical to the Apple Watch and it runs on Google’s Wear OS with MIUI for Watch skin on top. The Xiaomi Watch comes in a single 44mm size with a 1.78″ AMOLED display that pushes a 368×448 pixels resolution. This is similar to the Apple Watch Series 5. It even gets a digital crown and a physical button on the right, but it looks more boxy and chunkier than the Cupertino version. Powering the watch is Qualcomm’s 3100 wearable plat
  10. According to veteran Apple pundit John Gruber, Apple’s smartwatch effort will bear fruit next month, the very same month in which the iPhone 6 is expected to be unveiled in a dedicated keynote. But the revelation does not spill the beans whether or not the iWatch will indeed be announced alongside the iPhone 6 or whether it would be announced separately. It looks like Motorola’s designers tried to draw as much attention as they could to the 360’s stupid flat-tire display shape. The only way this could get funnier would be if it doesn’t even ship until after Apple announces their wrist wearable
  11. On Thursday, we told you some more information about the TCL/Alcatel Idol X+, which is going to be powered by the true octa-core MT6592 CPU. That chip allows all eight cores to be active at the same time. The rest of the specs belonging to the Idol X+ are top-shelf, including the 5 inch screen with 1080 x 1920 resolution, 2GB of RAM and a 13MP rear-facing snapper. It also appears that TCL/Alcatel has some other interesting products that will be released at the same time as the Idol X+. A published report out of China includes a picture showing a smartphone alongside what appears to be a
  12. With Google announcing their smart wearable ambitions, they noted they were working with various OEMs and chipset manufacturers to get the ball rolling. Shortly after launch, we saw an LG smartwatch, which will be featuring google’s new Android system for wearables. Now it’s Motorola’s turn, and they’re promising something pretty big. Via the official Motorola blog, the company is announcing the Moto 360. A modern looking smartwatch, it’s got a very Movado-esque style, but promises all the same functionality we heard about with the Android wear announcement. For those not exited about squ
  13. Including some members of Fossil’s R&D group Google and watchmaker Fossil Group today announced an agreement for the search giant to acquire some of Fossil’s smartwatch technology and members of the research and development division responsible for creating it. The deal is worth roughly $40 million, and under the current terms Fossil will transfer a “portion” of its R&D team, the portion directly responsible for the intellectual property being sold, over to Google. As a result, Google will now have a dedicated team with hardware experience working internally on
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