Posted by The Verge on Friday, July 22, 2019 10:20:50As I wrote in my preview, the Verge is looking to bring the smartwatch to the masses in 2019.
That means it’ll be available in four different styles: an ultra-thin, light-weight aluminum case, a smartwatch with a 5.5-inch display, an ultra slim, brushed metal case, and a smart watch with a 4.5″ display.
These look like new and shiny watches, and we’ve already gotten our first look at what they’ll look like.
The Verge has also shared the full specifications of the new watches.
The first is the $99 smartwatch that will go on sale this fall.
It’s the “unassuming” looking “S-Series” watch, with a display size of 5.7 inches and a price tag of $499.
It comes with a 32GB storage, Android Wear 2.0, a 1,400mAh battery, and GPS/GLONASS support.
It also includes a built-in heart rate monitor.
It won’t work with Android Wear devices.
The Verge says it’s currently “reviewing” the watch, but it does seem like a smart timepiece with a pretty solid design.
We’ll be taking a look at this watch at CES in January.
In addition to the watches we’ve seen, The Verge also has a new review of a “new kind of smartwatch,” which it describes as a wearable with a screen, an AMOLED display, and an LCD display.
We’ve not seen any details about it yet.
We’ve got an early look at the new watch and a review of it, so stay tuned for our full review of the S-Series watch in the coming weeks.