Fossil Announces Its Gen 6 Smartwatch, The First Pure Wear OS 3 Watch

Fossil just opened pre-orders for its new Gen 6 smartwatch, one of the only non-Samsung wearables that will actually support Google’s landmark Wear OS 3 update. With its cutting-edge Snapdragon 4100+ processor, upgraded display, and unique battery features, the Fossil Gen 6 looks light a bright spot in an otherwise underwhelming Android smartwatch market, especially if you want to avoid all of the proprietary software on Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 4.

Fitbit’s New Charge 5 is Practically a Smartwatch

Fitbit just announced the Charge 5, a fitness band with a full-color display and several features that were once exclusive to Fitbit’s smartwatches. And just as leaks suggested, Fitbit is using the Charge 5 fitness band to debut Daily Readiness, a new Premium feature that suggests workouts based on your activity, sleep, and heart rate.

OnePlus Shows Off Its Smartwatch Ahead of March 23rd Event

OnePlus’ March 23rd event will be full of surprises—for those who don’t follow the brand on Twitter, anyway. After Unbox Therapy shared a render of the upcoming OnePlus Watch on Twitter, OnePlus retweeted the post, confirming the smartwatch’s design. OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has also confirmed some of the devices’ features in a recent forum post.

Amazon’s Alexa-Powered Smart Glasses Are Now Available to Everyone

Amazon now offers $250 preorders for its 2nd generation Echo Frames smart glasses. The new frames offer better sound quality and an improved battery life than their predecessor. They’re first Echo Frames available for regular people to purchase, as the first iteration Frames were only offered to select customers via email invite.
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