This is definitely the most important year for smartwatch in 2015. We have witnessed so many brands which pushed out their new smartwatch products this year, international smartwatch brand: Apple, LG, Samsung, Sony, Huawei, Moto and so on. Among these new products, people pay more attention on Huawei and Moto’s new smartwatch because their watch are based on android wear platform. Android wear is developed by Google for extreme smartwatch experience.
With the trend of smartwatch, more smart device manufactures begin to develop their own smartwatch. Chinese smartphone manufacture Bluboo also show their attitude for smartwatch and has developed their first smartwatch and named it of Xwatch.
Bluboo said Xwatch is the world’s first android wear based sports smartwatch. We know that Moto 360 2nd generation has a sports style shape but has no any difference with other android wear smartwatch. Bluboo Xwatch is the real sports smartwatch.
Besides of heart rate sensor, Xwatch has GPS, altimiter and barometer. There are necessary parts for a sports watch. According to what we know, Bluboo Xwatch is the first smartwatch specialized in t Android wear so far.
New smartphone brand Bluboo gets more attention recently with a flurry of new android phones releasing.Bluboo X550 impress people much with a 5300mAh battery and smart quick charge technology. Their upcoming 2015 flagship Bluboo Xtouch is even the most powerful competitor of anual best 5 inch android phone.
Bluboo choose to release their first sports smartwatch in this time, which is definitely a good news for sports enthusiasts all around the world.
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