Review: Stylish and affordable smartwatch with a few kinks
The Mobvoi Ticwatch C2+ comes as an incremental update to the Ticwatch C2, leaving it with the Snapdragon Wear 2100 SoC, but doubling the RAM and giving it a few noticeable upgrades that made it very appealing on a rather crowded smartwatch market.
Dual-display setup and Snapdragon Wear 4100 with dual-processor system
Mobvoi has updated its smartwatch lineup with the new flagship TicWatch Pro 3 Ultra GPS, featuring a dual-display configuration and being powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 4100 Wear with Mobvoi dual-processor system.
Takes photos and records audio
The Xplora 4 smartwatch, made by Chinese outfit Qihoo 360 Technology Co, and marketed to children under the Xplora brand in the US and Europe, can covertly take photos and record audio when activated by an encrypted SMS message.
Same Kirin A1 chipset and a 14-day battery life
Honor has unveiled the new MagicWatch 2, a Kirin A1-based smartwatch that will be available in two sizes, 46mm and 42mm, and focus on fitness.
Review: Great look, excellent battery, music and calls
We got a chance to get one of the Huawei Watch GT 2 classic edition and so far, had more than half of a day to spend with the watch. Here are some of the first impression of the design, specs, and overall features.
While the overall smartwatch market is experiencing steady growth, Apple’s hold on market share continues to slip.
The chap known as Mr Mobile has shared with the world that Qualcomm might be showing off a new watch platform on September 10 and most likely this will be brand-new Snapdragon wear that hasn’t been upgraded since 2016.
Could be the new Qualcomm Wear SoC
According to the latest rumours, Google is working on a Pixel-branded smartwatch, or smartwatches, which could be launched alongside the Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL and 2nd-gen Pixel Buds. The word on the street is that it has the new Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear SoC.under the bonnet.
One in five Americans interested
The number of Americans who are remotely interested in owning wearable technology devices – like watches, glasses and fitness tracking bracelets is growing slower than many early predictions claimed.
The Tame Apple Press is getting its knickers in a twist over how wearable device maker Fitbit has released a smartwatch which is direct competition to their favourite manufacturer.