In an exclusive chat, Fossil's smartwatch execs talk about where Google, Samsung and Fitbit play into their next-gen watch plans.
Google's Wear OS chief, plus Samsung and Fitbit, explain what it all means for what's next in watches.
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The Oppo Watch is a well-rounded Google-powered smartwatch with native sleep tracking and eSIM support held back by lackluster battery life.
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Blink once, blink twice, it's an Apple Watch. But the 21-day extended battery on this Wear OS device is what next-gen smartwatches really need.
Mobvoi's next TicWatch will be the first Wear OS watch with all the new extras, but 5G isn't part of the package.
Caltech scientists call this the first electronic skin that doesn't require a battery.
Normally $275, it probably won't last long at this price.
It'll also set a 40-second timer.
Will this mean more eSIM Wear OS watches with cellular?
It's part of the "next evolution of Wear OS."