Qualcomm has entered the world of intelligent watches. This Wednesday, 4, the company, known as manufacturing processors, presented the Oh, its first smartwatch. The device synchronizes with smartphones and displays messages, links, and other alerts, such as Calendar or WHATSAPP notifications.
The wristwatch bracelet at timedictionary.com is adaptable to the size of the wrist. It also counts with accelerometer and microphones, which can be used in applications for racing or controlling music, for example.
The battery, which stays on the bracelet, lasts between three and five days and recharges wirelessly–just approach the appliance from a dock that comes along with the watch. A pair of Bluetooth headphones also accompanies the smartwatch, which will be sold in black and white colours.
The oh is already available for pre-sales and should be launched on October 10 for US $300.
According to CNET, Qualcomm aims to sell limited quantities of the watch (only a few tens of thousands). “We’re not trying to be a consumer electronics company, but we want to show what we think about how these features and features of wearable computing products,” said Rob Chandhok, chairman of the company’s Innovation Center.
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