Fossil Gen 6 Smartwatch, according to The Verge, the 5A does not support C-band 5G frequencies, which several network operators around the world will start using at the end of this year to strengthen their shaky 5G networks. Google has stated that it may add the required software support in the future, but will not commit to doing so at this time.
The rest of the specifications of the Fossil Gen 6 Smartwatch are identical to those of the previous model. The Snapdragon 765G chipset is still present, with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The main 12.2-megapixel and 16-megapixel ultrawide rear cameras, as well as the 8-megapixel front-facing camera, are all the same.
The Fossil Gen 6 Smartwatch will go on sale in Germany on September 27th, according to WinFuture, with prices ranging from 300 to 330 Euro. This should translate to around $350-375 in US dollars, while various factors may affect the pricing in the United States and other countries. We’re excited for this, as well as other Wear OS alternatives, some of which may have a more affordable price tag.
The battery life of the Fossil Gen 6 Smartwatches is 24 hours. However, it is extended to several days using the energy-saving mode. The watches take an hour to fully charge. But a 30-minute top-up will restore the battery to 80 percent of its capacity. The actual capacity of the battery has yet to be published.
Fossil’s new smartwatches will be able to track your heart rate, oxygen saturation, step count, and sleep pattern. It will include a built-in GPS for tracking your location. However, NFC does not support WinFuture’s report.
For a few weeks, Fossil has been hyping up their Gen 6 smartwatches. In an interview with CNET, the company stated that its next-generation smartwatches will include “quite big hardware changes”. It will debut with Google and Samsung’s new unified platform. Qualcomm stated in its Wearables Ecosystem Accelerator Program news. It releases that it believes will bring “the greatest possible Wear OS smartwatch to market this year.” It clearly referring to the upcoming Gen 6 series. The business hints its “most advanced smartwatch is coming soon” on a home page for the Gen 6 series.
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