This year’s Mobile World Congress has seen so many wearables and smartwatches. smartwatches are now becoming more main stream, and many smartphone manufacturers have been entering into the smartwatch market. It is like the time when smartphone revolution came in. It is still a flourishing segment, MWC 2015 is the perfect stage to show off the best smartwatch creations. Here in this list, I’ll be talking about the best smartwatches of MWC 2015!
This came with a bit of surprise, Huawei, the Chinese affordable smartphone giant has now entered into the world of wearables with the release of Huawei Watch. Huawei Watch is the first smartwatch that looks and feels like a watch, it is not that bulky nor it is weird looking. The another main attraction of Huawei Watch is that it is having a completely round display, and not like the one you saw in Moto 360, it fully covers the round dial (there’s no cut in the bottom like Moto 360 has). Huawei’s watch is a metal built, where the metal strap really looks and feels like what we can see in the real watches, which is really good. The only concern is about the battery, if that too holds up well Huawei has got a big winner here.
First off, LG released two devices named Urbane, the LG Watch Urbane and Urbane LTE. With this naming scheme, you might think that the first one is a basic version of the other model, with the bigger model having LTE. You’re wrong, both are very different devices having so many differences. So different that they both run different OSes. The LG Watch Urbane runs Android Wear OS, while the other model comes with LG’s in house smartphone OS, which is based on the WebOS that LG acquired earlier from HP.
But both the models look the same on the outside. The watch has got a similar round design that we saw in the previous Smartwatch of LG, the G Watch R. Although this one looks and feels much better than its predecessor. With the LTE version of Urbane, LG aims to provide a stand-alone phone with the smartwatch. But I’m not sure how this would work out, because the addition of LTE and the battery to support that made the device a bit bulkier, bulkier than the Moto 360. But there’s one thing that looks good on the Urbane LTE, which is its OS. It has received good reviews from critics and media too, let’s hope the things to come would be much better.
The successor to the awesomely successful crowdfunded smartwatch. The Pebble Time has also been on news for being able to break the records on kick starter, by crowdfunding over $13 million, which is more than what original Pebble managed to do.
With Pebble Time, Pebble aims to upgrade the current version up to the standards set by the Android Wear. The new Pebble Time’s greatest addition is the new color e-paper display. The watch’s display can handle 64 colors and can display at 30 frames per second. It’s no match for the AMOLED screens found in the Android Wear family, but where it pays off is the battery life, which goes at 7 days with a single charge. Pebble Time comes in 3 colors: black, white and red. The silicone straps and stainless steel body make this look premium, and not just like a cheap plastic watch.
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