Smartwatches aren’t the rarity they once were. Odds are, you’ll see some sort of smartwatch or fitness tracker on someone’s wrist if you go out sometime today. However, Wear OS has been continually struggling, and reading between the lines of a new report, it’s clear that Google’s platform simply isn’t finding any share in the smartwatch market.
Google seems to have a lot planned for 2019. According to a report, Google is planning on releasing multiple new Pixel phones, a smartwatch, a new Google Home, and a Nest Security camera this year.
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Huawei’s latest smartwatch, the Watch GT, has been out in overseas markets for quite some time now. However, it’s only just made its way to US shores. Amazon pre-orders for the $199.99 Watch GT Sport and $229.99 Watch GT Classic are up now, with the release date marked as February 19th.
Design aside, the Watch GT Sport and Watch GT Classic share the same hardware. That includes a 1.39″ 454×454 AMOLED display, a Snapdragon Wear 3100, a surprisingly low 16MB of RAM and 128MB of storage, and a sizable 420mAh battery. Read More
Roughly a week ahead of its Unpacked event, Samsung is having trouble keeping secrets contained. Today, two new leaks reveal more of the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active and its new One UI software redesign, as well as new images of the Samsung Galaxy Buds.