Besides Huawei‘s big smartphone launches, the Chinese company also unveiled their brand new smartwatch called the Huawei Watch GT. And the best thing about this wearable is a smartwatch with a fitness band’s battery life.
Apart from the iPhone XS and iPhone XR, the latest Apple Watch Series 4 will be available for pre-order in Malaysia starting this Friday, 19 October 2018. This is the latest Apple Watch series that offers a larger display and it can get ECG (electrocardiogram) reading from your wrist.
Samsung didn’t just launch a powerful top-of-the-line flagship smartphone today. The South Korean electronics giant also launched a brand new smartwatch and it’s called the Galaxy Watch. It’s not a Gear S-whatever, it’s simply called the Galaxy Watch and I kinda like that.
Of course, that’s not the only thing that’s cool about it.
If you’re tired of fretting about whether the online merchant you’re buying your Samsung product from is legit or not, Samsung Malaysia has got you covered.
No, it’s not a fitness tracker. It’s also not a smartwatch. ASUS‘ brand new VivoWatch BP is something else entirely — at least, according to the Taiwanese company. They’re calling it the world’s first “true health tracker” and it’s all because this wearable can do something very special: It can accurately collect blood pressure data.
Xiaomi has been doing pretty well in the wearable business thanks to its affordable Mi Band. In 2017, they have shipped 15.7 million devices making them the #2 wearable brand worldwide behind Apple.
With shipments starting to slow down, the Chinese company will be releasing a new one and they have just posted a teaser of what could be the Mi Band 3.
This is the culmination of Fitbit‘s efforts. They started out with fitness trackers, fitness bands then smart fitness trackers like the Fitbit Surge and Blaze but they never had a full-fledged smartwatch before. Then, they unveiled the Fitbit Ionic, the company’s first smartwatch.
Now, you can buy one right here in Malaysia but I’m not sure you really want to.
There was a lot to like about the Samsung Gear S3 Frontier. It was well-built, good looking and a more than worthy successor to the Gear S2. However, it wasn’t perfect. You couldn’t take it swimming, it was big and bulky, and — despite being more affordable than its competition — still cost RM1,399.
It would have been such a shame if people simply wrote this solid device off because of those limitations. Thankfully, if those were your biggest concerns with the Gear S3, Samsung may just have the solution for you. In comes the Gear Sport and, as far as I can tell, it’s a smaller, lighter, and swim proof Gear S3 Frontier.
After the big smartphone reveal that was the Samsung Galaxy Note8, the South Korean electronics giant is now unveiling their latest lineup of gadgets that have fitness on their mind. Here’s Samsung’s IFA Berlin 2017 roster: Meet the Gear Sport, Gear Fit2 Pro, and all-new Gear IconX.
Since Fitbit absorbed Pebble like an intergalactic space creature would a taco sandwich, all eyes have been trained on the fitness wearable company to see what they’re going to do with their new acquisition. Rumours have hinted at a smartwatch and this latest set of leaks appear to confirm that fact.
This is what the upcoming Fitbit smartwatch will look like.
Even with the introduction of new smartwatches, Fitbit has shown resilience in the past few years maintaining the top spot in the wearable market. Unfortunately, that’s no longer the case according to the latest report from Strategy Analytics.
Apple has taken over the number 1 spot and to rub salt into the wound, Fitbit is also overtaken by an affordable Chinese rival.