Turns out, not just Samsung (and a couple other players) is interested in the smartwatch market, but Qualcomm as well. And today was a big day for the industry: after the Samsung Galaxy Gear here comes another smartwatch unveiled today.
In terms of tech specs, the wearable computer was built by using Qualcomm’s Mirasol display (E-Ink-style display with colour), and packs Qualcomm-backed WiPower Le wireless charging, and it connects to a handset via Bluetooth. Its retail price is about the same as the Samsung Gear’s: $300.
The smartwatch ships with different watch faces, and it is controlled from an app running the Android smartphone. According to Qualcomm, the display technology used will allow users to get several days of use between charges.
To balance the lack of speaker and camera, the wearable computer comes with (at least one version) two Bluetooth headphones, which feature wireless charging.
What do you think about this wearable computer? Is this something you would put on?