Best Buy will sell you the Huawei Watch for $249.99, a $100 savings
posted by Alan F. / Jun 05, 2016, 7:41 PM
The 42mm Huawei Watch will also track users' activities such as distance traveled, and calories burned. The device will monitor users' heart rates. With Father's Day two weeks away, the Huawei Watch makes a great gift. The timepiece carries a 1.4-inch circular AMOLED display with a 400 x 400 resolution. The Snapdragon 400 chipset is aboard with a quad-core 1.2GHz CPU. 512MB of RAM is inside, along with 4GB of native storage.
The Huawei Watch comes with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, and is powered by Android Wear. With an IP67 certification, you can submerge the timepiece as deep as 3.28-feet for as long as 30-minutes, and it will emerge unscathed. Whether you're picking this up for your dad or for yourself, all you need to do is click on the sourcelink for more information.
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Hopefully, smartwatches will get out of the first generation pricing range.
posted on Jun 05, 2016, 7:47 PM 4
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Hopefully they'll get out of the first generation battery life! Pebble is the only relevant one.
posted on Jun 05, 2016, 10:20 PM 0
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This is an awesome watch. I picked one up while in China and love it. I did the black on black. This and the LG Urbane 2 are the only two that can be flashed to Androidwear 2.0. I did and enjoy it. Although I think the prior version was prettier. At $249 I think this is a fair deal.
posted on Jun 05, 2016, 7:52 PM 3
I think it's still overpriced.
posted on Jun 05, 2016, 8:14 PM 6
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The Apple iWatch.
posted on Jun 05, 2016, 9:50 PM 2
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Best selling? Doesn't necessarily mean it's the best. Doesn't take an Apple hater to dislike the Apple Watch. But it takes an Apple worshiper to defend it, heck even some Apple users really dislike it.
posted on Jun 06, 2016, 1:33 AM 1
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Personally, anyone willing to pay almost 300 dollars (with tax) for a watch that might if you are lucky, make it a day or two on a battery, is nuts. It's more of a fashion statement, than practical. Smartwatches, are an application, looking for a purpose. A watch should tell time. Heck, most kids I see these days, under 30 don't even wear a watch. They use their phones, and, in some cases, since people these days clutch a phone in their hand 24/7, they've got the "watch" in their hands in the first place. When these "smart" watches, get to the point of my 80 dollar Casio Wave-ceptor, that keeps perfect time (sync's with WWV once a day), and has a battery life in YEARS, not days, then I might get one. Hey, you can do what you want with your own money, I'll save mine.
posted on Jun 05, 2016, 10:59 PM 2
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