Today’s tech news: Fossil launches smartwatch with Advanced Qualcomm chipset and WearOS

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Fossil has reported its first smartwatch with a Snapdragon 3100 chip and Google’s overhauled Wear OS. The wearable, called the Sport Smartwatch.

It comes in six unique colors dim, pink, red, blue, green, and dark in both 41mm and 43mm sizes. There’s additionally an extensive variety of silicone straps that are compatible and water-safe.

Fossil is stressing the Sport Smartwatch’s surrounding mode, pulse sensor, 350mAh battery and in addition NFC and GPS abilities, which are altogether expected to be enhanced from the previous watch variants. However there are few subtle elements right now about how they’ve changed. The watch likewise incorporates Spotify and Noonlight, an emergency application comes built- in.


Generally, these are for the most part includes that different smartwatches share. It works with one of the primary Wear OS smartwatches to make a big appearance with Qualcomm’s new wearable chip, which should offer better battery life. Furthermore, Google’s Wear OS and its equipment accomplices experienced low-control, obsolete chipsets. The Simplified and improved UI built around quick swipes to access information faster. Users also get the benefit of proactive help from the Google Assistant as well as health coaching tips via Google Fit.

Fossil will begin offering the Sport Smartwatch for $255 today on the web and straightforwardly at Fossil retail stores.