According to reports released by phone designer, users can turn their attention to pictures of a prototype Nokia smartwatch. The graphic artist has worked to reproduce a revelation that depicts a glance screen style UI. This demeanor is expected to be responsible for saving battery life. Nokia’s collaboration with Microsoft suggests that the company plans to take significant strides for marking their presence with wearable technology. Continue reading
Just previously, Samsung announced the Galaxy Gear smartwatch which initiating the developing concept of wearable technology. This innovation provides a brief overview of whether wearable technology can flourish the improvement towards technological advancements.
The revelation can be simply connected to the respective Galaxy smartphone. This can be done by pairing it with Bluetooth and it progresses in providing absolute functionality of an Android device without even having to touch your handset.
Bringing the innovation to the market, Samsung has taken an alternative approach towards marketing the product. Samsung has managed to conceptualize this revelation as it was seen in one’s mind in the past.
Apple’s rumoured iWatch to be announced in second half of 2014, will be available for $149-$229 [Rumors]
According to a report which has been released out by the Taiwanese trade publication DigiTimes, it is regarded that the iWatch will be officially announced in a year’s time from now. Over the year previously there have been several reports citing the arrival of this wearable gadget and now presently we have lowdowns that highlight that the new innovation will be unveiled in the second half of 2014.
Based on current itemizations, it is reported that the iWatch wwill be priced between $149 and $229 and ODM Inventec, the Taiwan-based contract manufacturer will be bestowed with sixty percent of iWatch orders. This is the estimation released by an CIMB Group. Additionally, this growth is expected to drive about nineteen percent of Inventec’s profits in 2014. Continue reading