Smartwatches to look out for soon
All the above watches can be purchased right now. However, there are a few we’ve seen recently which look great, but aren’t on sale just yet. Here are some to look out for in the near future.
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The third Pebble model has already had a highly successful Kickstarter campaign to get it started, and is expected to start shipping out to buyers before the summer. It’s technically superior to the earlier models — it even has a color screen — but still works with both Android and iOS smartphones.
A new name in smartwatches, the Vector is a subtle companion device to your smartphone — like the Pebble, it’ll work with Android and iOS — that solves one of the main issues we have with smartwatches; battery life. Using some clever tech and a lightweight OS, the Vector’s battery should last a minimum of 30 days before needing a recharge, putting it way out ahead of the competition.
Huawei’s first Android Wear smartwatch is a stunner and it impressed us greatly when we got a chance to try it out. The design’s a definite winner, and is sleek enough to fit both male and female wrists, which makes it unusual in the Android Wear world. We’re still waiting for a release date, but we have high hopes for this one.
That’s all the smartwatches on our list for now, but check back for updates regularly.
Article originally published 8-18-2013.