5 Smartwatches You
Can Buy Right Now
What’s available now?
Watches from big
names and startups
• Samsung Galaxy
Gear
• Pebble Smartwatch
• Qualcomm Toq
• Sony ...
Samsung Galaxy Gear
Galaxy Gear Basics
• 1.9 megapixel
camera
• 720p video
recording
• 1.6-inch Super
ALOMED display
• 320...
Samsung Galaxy Gear
Notable Features
• Control music playback
on phone
• Make and receive calls
• Built-in microphone
and ...
Samsung Galaxy Gear
Drawbacks
• Only works with
Samsung Galaxy
devices
• Can only shoot 10
seconds of video
at a time
• Ba...
Pebble Smartwatch
Pebble Smartwatch Basics
• Supports iOS and
Android phones
• E-ink, 144 x 168
resolution display
• Goril...
Pebble Smartwatch
Notable Features
• Integration with
map apps
• Water-resistant
• Text, email and
other notifications
• H...
Pebble Smartwatch
Drawbacks
• No touchscreen or
color display
• Can only have 8
apps at a time
• No camera or video
record...
Qualcomm Toq
Qualcomm Toq Basics
• Works with Android
4.0.3 phones and
later
• 1.5-inch Mirasol
color display
• 288 x 192
...
Qualcomm Toq
Notable Features
• Control music on
your phone
• Comes with
wireless ear buds
• Wireless charging
• Battery c...
Qualcomm Toq
Drawbacks
• No camera or
video recording
• Higher price than
competition
• Wristband has to
be measured and
c...
Omate TrueSmart 2.0
Omate TrueSmart Basics
• Standalone device, no
phone required
• 1.54 inch IPS display
• microSIM, Wi-F...
Omate TrueSmart 2.0
Notable Features
• Runs full Android
4.2.2
• Download full apps
from Google Play
• Calls, texts, web
b...
Omate TrueSmart 2.0
Drawbacks
• Most apps are
not designed for
the small screen
size
• Position of the
camera can
make it ...
Sony Smartwatch 2
Sony Smartwatch 2 Basics
• Works with any phone
or tablet running
Android 4.0 or later
• 1.6 inch, 220 x...
Sony Smartwatch 2
Notable Features
• Notifications for
calls, text, emails
• Control music on your
phone
• Facebook, Gmail...
Drawbacks
• No camera or
video recording
• Needs Bluetooth
headset to make
or receive calls
How much do they cost?
Price Specs
• Galaxy Gear:
$299
• Pebble Smartwatch:
$150 to $250
• Qualcomm Toq:
$350
• Omate True...
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5 Smartwatches You Can Buy Right Now

  1. 1. 5 Smartwatches You Can Buy Right Now
  2. 2. What’s available now? Watches from big names and startups • Samsung Galaxy Gear • Pebble Smartwatch • Qualcomm Toq • Sony Smartwatch 2 • Omate TrueSmart
  3. 3. Samsung Galaxy Gear Galaxy Gear Basics • 1.9 megapixel camera • 720p video recording • 1.6-inch Super ALOMED display • 320 x 320 pixel resolution
  4. 4. Samsung Galaxy Gear Notable Features • Control music playback on phone • Make and receive calls • Built-in microphone and speakerphone • Text, email and other notifications • Find My Device feature for locating phone
  5. 5. Samsung Galaxy Gear Drawbacks • Only works with Samsung Galaxy devices • Can only shoot 10 seconds of video at a time • Battery only lasts a day or two
  6. 6. Pebble Smartwatch Pebble Smartwatch Basics • Supports iOS and Android phones • E-ink, 144 x 168 resolution display • Gorilla Glass
  7. 7. Pebble Smartwatch Notable Features • Integration with map apps • Water-resistant • Text, email and other notifications • Has its own app store • Battery lasts up to 1 week
  8. 8. Pebble Smartwatch Drawbacks • No touchscreen or color display • Can only have 8 apps at a time • No camera or video recording • No microphone or speaker
  9. 9. Qualcomm Toq Qualcomm Toq Basics • Works with Android 4.0.3 phones and later • 1.5-inch Mirasol color display • 288 x 192 resolution
  10. 10. Qualcomm Toq Notable Features • Control music on your phone • Comes with wireless ear buds • Wireless charging • Battery can last up to 1 week
  11. 11. Qualcomm Toq Drawbacks • No camera or video recording • Higher price than competition • Wristband has to be measured and cut by user
  12. 12. Omate TrueSmart 2.0 Omate TrueSmart Basics • Standalone device, no phone required • 1.54 inch IPS display • microSIM, Wi-Fi, GPS • 3G connection • Water-resistant • 5 megapixel camera, 720p video recording
  13. 13. Omate TrueSmart 2.0 Notable Features • Runs full Android 4.2.2 • Download full apps from Google Play • Calls, texts, web browsing • Microphone and speaker • 4GB or 8GB available storage
  14. 14. Omate TrueSmart 2.0 Drawbacks • Most apps are not designed for the small screen size • Position of the camera can make it difficult to use
  15. 15. Sony Smartwatch 2 Sony Smartwatch 2 Basics • Works with any phone or tablet running Android 4.0 or later • 1.6 inch, 220 x 176 resolution display • Dust and waterresistant
  16. 16. Sony Smartwatch 2 Notable Features • Notifications for calls, text, emails • Control music on your phone • Facebook, Gmail and Twitter apps available • Near Field Communication
  17. 17. Drawbacks • No camera or video recording • Needs Bluetooth headset to make or receive calls
  18. 18. How much do they cost? Price Specs • Galaxy Gear: $299 • Pebble Smartwatch: $150 to $250 • Qualcomm Toq: $350 • Omate TrueSmart: $250 to $300 • Sony Smartwatch 2: $199
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