Huawei wants to take centre stage at this year’s MWC event with the announcement of its new P10 flagship. This comes as a surprise as the Huawei P series is often launched in Q2 and their Huawei Mate 9 was launched just 3 months ago.
Despite the declining smart watch market, ZTE believes there’s still room for another player. Meet the ZTE Quartz, their first Android Wear smart watch which is expected to make its debut at MWC 2017.
Apple‘s watchOS 3 proved to be a pretty significant upgrade for Apple Watch users. Not only did it make the most popular smartwatch in the world faster, it also packed familiarity plus a whole bunch of new features into Cupertino’s wearable.
Now, Apple’s adding a few more useful features with watchOS 3.2.
HTC has been trying to release a smartwatch for the longest time. Most recently, it was reported that the Taiwanese company would be making an Android Wear smartwatch in collaboration with Under Armour. If you’ve been waiting for one, unfortunately, HTC is scrapping its smartwatch plans for the time being.
It took a while but it’s finally here. After opening up to all Android (non-Galaxy) devices, the latest Samsung smartwatches and fitness band are now compatible on Apple’s iOS.
Smartwatch maker Pebble was in dire straits this past year. Despite the resounding popularity of their new wearables (which raised almost USD13 million on Kickstarter), a report surfaced earlier this month that the company was going to be sold to Fitbit.
However, a recent report also states that this deal would result in the cancellation of Pebble’s Time 2 and the Pebble Core.
I love rooting for the underdog. That’s probably why I like Pebble so much…even though I’ve never owned one before. But now, it looks like the company’s underdog story is coming to an end.
After a rough patch, the e-paper smartwatch company looks poised to be bought and absorbed by fitness wearable giant Fitbit.