Bluboo reveals Xwatch smartwatch with Android Wear
The smartwatch sector is getting crowded as more Chinese manufacturers are jumping in. Doogee recently revealed its first smartwatch back in July and now Bluboo is doing the same with its Xwatch smartwatch.
Bluboo is calling the Xwatch the world's first "real" sports smartwatch due to its four primary sensors that the company deems are vital for athletes: GPS, altimeter, heart rate sensor, and barometer. The device will be the first - if not one of the very few - to include all sensors above while running Android Wear.
Unfortunately, Bluboo has not announced any other details on the Xwatch aside from the admittedly attractive renders. Hardware specifications are still unknown including the size of the round display, SoC, RAM, battery life, and other core features. Important questions remain unanswered: Will the device be waterproof? What materials are used for the case? How much will the Xwatch cost?
The manufacturer expects to launch the Xwatch later this year and is looking to compete directly against the second generation Moto 360. We will likely find out more about the smartwatch in the coming weeks.
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