You know it is coming and here it is, the new LG V40 ThinQ. This latest in LG’s V series is, again, touted as a “multimedia powerhouse.” Powered by today’s flagship SoC, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Mobile Platform paired with 6 GB of RAM and 64 or 128 GB of storage, the V40 ThinQ (stylized as V40 ThinQ, as before) gets a 6.4-inch FullVision OLED display that touts even narrower bezels, along with a three-camera rear shooter. Continue reading LG Announced 5-camera LG V40 ThinQ Smartphone And New “Hybrid Watch”
This is it. After much speculations and leaks, including a hands on video, the new Apple iPhones are finally official. Along with it, is the Apple Watch Series 4 and an update for the Siri-enabled Apple HomePod. As expected, the three handsets include an entry level device called iPhone XR and the other being the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. Damn, the naming seems little messed up, don’t you think? Anyways, the iPhone XR is the beauty I am looking for personally. Continue reading Apple Unveiled Three New iPhones And Apple Watch Series 4
At $180,000, the TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45 Full Diamond is the world’s most expensive smartwatch. You may argue that it is not the pricest, yet, but it is certainly the most opulent connected watch to have roll out of the factory; not aftermarket custom. $180K is a hell lot of money, but there are no less than 589 baguette-cut diamonds and 18-karat white gold to make sure it is worth every single penny. (Maybe?) Continue reading Behold! The World’s Most Expensive (Factory) Smartwatch Costs $180K!
Fossil-owned Danish watchmaker Skagen has unveiled a new smartwatch. Called Skagen Falster 2, it is touted as the company’s next-generation of touchscreen smart timepiece and that’s only like barely year after the first. And you know why Falster 2 is being featured here, don’t you? Because, it is one of those rare smartwatches that is actually smart… looking. Continue reading Skagen Falster 2 Is A Smartwatch That Is Actually Smart… Looking
Smartwatch, while helpful, can be quite a pain as it need to be charged fairly regularly unlike non-smart watches. But with the new Samsung Galaxy Watch, you won’t have to. Announced today, this latest wearable tech from the South Korean tech giant now touts over 80 hours of battery life and thanks to the LTE connectivity, it promised to offer a true standalone experience. With cellular capability supported by more than 30 carriers and over 15 countries, messaging, calls, mapping and music are all possible without the need to be tethered to your smartphone. Continue reading The New Samsung Galaxy Watch Has Over 80 Hours Of Battery Life
This is not the first time Xiaomi has targeted kids. This gadget here, the Xiaomi Mi Tu Kids Mobile Phone Watch 3 (basically, a 4G-enabled kid’s smartwatch) is 4G LTE support and along with it, comes a nano SIM slot plus features like a 1.41-inch AMOLED display with 320 x 360 resolution, 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass, and there is even a built-in 2 MP camera with 30 degrees lens. Those are just scratching the surface. If you dig deeper into the spec sheet, you will realize it is more sophisticated than most smartwatches in the market. Continue reading Xiaomi’s New Smartwatch For Kids Has 4G-LTE, Recognizes Plants
Google will not only be announcing the third Pixel and Pixel XL this Fall. According to the gadget leaker Evan Blass (@evleaks), Google will also be unveiling the second Pixel Buds, as well as Pixel smartwatch. Well, that kind of makes sense! Since the search engine giant already have Pixel laptop, tablet, phones and so, a Pixel-branded watch sounds like a no brainer. Honestly, I don’t how the hell that dude get so many leaks, but every these leaks turned out to be spot on. Continue reading Google Will Have A Smartwatch Under Its Pixel Line?
Every kids in the 80s dream of owning the watch use by fictional detective Dick Tracy, but as it turns out, mankind has gone beyond what Dick’s iconic watch can do. But if you somehow still feel inadequate despite having a high-tech wrist worn gadget, then there’s the good news: when watchOS 5 comes along, your Apple Watch will feel a lot more like Dick Tracy’s. Obviously, your Apple Watch will be more advanced then the great detective’s. Continue reading Apple Watch Is No Dick Tracy Watch, But It Will Be With watchOS 5 Update
TAG Heuer marks the launch of the new Formula 1 Season last month with a celebratory smartwatch called TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45 Aston Martin Red Bull Racing. Damn. I almost went out of breath reading the product name alone. Anywho, this special edition wearable tech is based on the brand’s smartwatch Connected Modular 45, a smartwatch that was engineered in collaboration with Intel and launched in March 2017, with the 45mm case watch sporting the Red Bull Racing team color, consisting of midnight blue calfskin strap accented with red stitching. Continue reading TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45 Red Bull Racing Opens For Pre-Order
OK. We admit. We are several years late on this, but hey, it could be news to some still (namely, myself). Plus, to be fair, its grand launch was just December, last year. Anyways, here goes. This is Dot Watch, the first ever smartwatch designed for the visually impaired. So, yeah. This wearable tech literally puts information at the wearer’s finger tips. Literally because, quite obviously, everything that are being presented, be it Facebook alert, text messages, or what not, are displayed in braille form, so the visually impaired will be able to read them. Continue reading This Is Dot Watch, The World’s First Smartwatch For The Visually Impaired