Fossil unveiled Q Control, the first sports smartwatch
Earlier this year, Fossil, a traditional watch maker, said it will launch more than 300 smartwatches across its 14 brands by the end of 2017. Following several previously announced a variety of stylish smart watch models, and now Fossile has announced the first sports smart watch Q Control.
Fossil Q Control runs the Android Wear 2.0 system, so it not only supports phone pairing with Android 4.3+, but it also supports pairing with the iPhone. Functionally, Fossil Q Control has a built-in GPS chip that is compatible with Strava and Google Fit fitness applications. In addition, it supports heart rate sensing and replacement dials. Hardware, Q Control equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor, built-in 4GB body storage. Battery life is about 24 hours, after all, is built-in GPS chip. Fossil Q Control will be on sale this week at Fossil's official website and other retailers for $ 275.
Fit-Watch is also based on the traditional watch design a smart watch, as shown:
The smart watch uses two pointers. Because many people stop using smart bracelets or smart watches because of charging troubles, this watch uses a button battery inside for up to 6 months, abandoning the charging mode, and bidding farewell to the day and charging to make the customer experience more perfect. Currently this watch is still in the final stages of testing, will be available in the first quarter of 2018. Price to be determined.