Coolpad Cwatch Smartwatch Photo Surfaces Ahead Of Release

Watches that can connect to phones using Bluetooth have been around for quite some time now. While the concept isn’t popular back then it is right now as most of the major manufacturers have announced that they are coming up with models that can pair with smartphones.

Some of the early choices for smartwatches include the Samsung Galaxy Gear, Pebble, Omate TrueSmart, and then there’s also the Coolpad Cwatch. The last one might not be a known international brand however Chinese smartphone manufacturer Yulong Coolpad is popular in China.

A photo the upcoming Coolpad Cwatch got released recently showing how the device looks. The company says that they will be releasing the smartwatch to the market in the coming weeks. While details of the device are scarce as of the moment it is said to closely resemble the Pebble. Basically it will act as a second screen to a smartphone and will provide users with notifications once it is paired.

It is most likely that the device will be using Bluetooth to pair with a smartphone. Some of the alerts that it can provide are incoming/missed calls, calendar reminders as well as text messages. It’s definitely going to be useful since a person can just keep the smartphone in a pocket and still know if a call or a message has arrived. One feature that it won’t support is taking live calls due to battery restrictions.

Other notable features that this device will come with are support for sports and health apps. This will make it an ideal device for sports and fitness minded people since it will make it easier for them to keep track of related data.

As far as specifications goes the Cwatch will come with a 1.2-inch display that has a resolution of 120 x 120 pixels. So far this is the only information available on its specs but we will be providing updates as soon as they become available.

via unwiredview

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