The clever bells have been a hot potato for several years. But technical progress leaves a lot to be desired, mean test editor Mattias Inghe.
Smart watch was a hot trend for three, four years ago, but has cooled considerably in recent times. My interest has plummeted about as quickly. The first clocks that came was cool and promising concept, but not directly fi nished products. They had ill-conceived menu system, clumsy design and poor battery life to be able to replace a normal wristwatch. Or as in my case – to get a user who took off his watch fifteen years ago and used the cell phone as a clock to strap on one again.
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Here I would like to write “since then the development has moved in leaps and bounds”, but unfortunately it would be a lie. It has rather been at a snail’s pace. It has been introduced round screens and updated and slowly but surely more user-friendly operating system, but the bells are still mostly centimetre thick clumps with dimensions and weight makes them unwieldy for smaller wrists. Try to make “ladies watches” have been rather unsuccessful so far, because they still are large, heavy and thicker than a telephone.
System circuit in most of the present bells are still Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 400. It was launched in the fall of 2013. And although several of the bells now is a year old so the hardware in them two years old when they were launched. If there had been an ancient processor in a new smartphone 2016, we would have laughed at the manufacturer.
The smartwatches for runners have newer chipsets do not seem to have much higher performance and better battery life. It has certainly not come any faster or more energy efficient to stop into a smartwatch since then?
Personally, I am now finally after several years of hesitation and thinking seriously about getting me a custom smartwatch. But it is the simplest, the slowest and least feature-rich of all: a Pebble Time Round. It is the only thing that I can imagine lugging around with all day.
I would like to have more features for panic alarm (and can I need so that I am going away on such more often), it must be a separate activity bands. The all-in-one is not always right.
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