This week the folks at LG have revealed their first non-square Android Wear device - the LG G Watch R. Unlike their first Android Wear effort in the LG G Watch, this device is aiming for the higher end, bringing on the world’s first round P-OLED display and a complete lack of a notch.
ASUS has rolled out its wares for IFA 2014, and among them we find the latest Android Wear smartwatch, the ZenWatch. This marks ASUS's first foray into wearables, and by all accounts, it looks like a solid one. The ZenWatch is a sleek-looking wearable with a leather strap and a quick-release clasp surrounding a rectangular watch face.
HTC has something special planned for IFA, and it looks like it might be a 64-bit capable phone. Dubbed the Desire 820, it might be everything you want a mid-range device to be, with a big screen and massive battery. Additionally, it seems HTC finally has some wearables ready for us, maybe even one they previously dismissed.
Apple’s wearable device, still code-named "iWatch" here in the days (or weeks) before its official reveal, has been tipped to be released in the year 2015. If Apple announces an iWatch on September 9th, then doesn’t ship the device until January (or any time after that), they’ll drop a bomb on the rest of the "wearables" industry.
Though we expect to hear all about Apple’s latest offerings September 9, speculation abounds as to when we’ll get hold of them. The 4.7-inch iPhone 6 is expected soon after the product launch, again believed to be September 9, but what about the rest of the products Apple reportedly has lined up? According to a new report, it might be next year before you get hold of the iWatch.
It’s time for new smartwatches from LG and Samsung - at last? While Samsung has been releasing smartwatch after smartwatch over the past couple of years, LG has just begun. Both competitors released their first Android Wear smartwatches earlier this year at Google I/O for developers - now they’re already in their second wave, so to speak.
LG is showing off its G Watch R smartwatch ahead of its debut at IFA 2014, the company's latest Android Wear device. The maker has squeaked ahead of Motorola and is hailing its upcoming wearable as the first watch-style wearable offering consumers a round plastic OLED display. If all goes as planned, we'll be seeing this new wearable arrive in Q4.
Sometimes, Woz just nails it. Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple, is a pretty down-to-earth guy, and not shy about sharing his opinion when asked. His watchful eye has now turned to wearables, where we now see Woz feels a lot like you or I might. Spoiler alert: he’s not sold on wearables just yet.
Remember how the iWatch is a mythical beast that nobody has ever really seen, but we all believe exists? Yeah, well, here we go again with iWatch rumors! A new report says this Apple-made wearable will show up on September 9 — alongside both new iPhones. Yikes.