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Samsung Galaxy Watch3 Titanium

Samsung Galaxy Watch3 Titanium

The Samsung Galaxy Watch3 Titanium edition smartwatch combines the look and craftsmanship of a high-end timepiece with an elegant, lightweight and durable design that is built to last. Featuring the Galaxy smartwatches’ signature rotating bezel, along with the variety of health features that also hold true for the Galaxy Watch3 …

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Alcatel OneTouch SmartWatch review: $149 device runs a proprietary OS, syncs with app on iOS, Android, battery life can last for days (Simon…

Want to master the CMO role?  Join us for GrowthBeat Summit on June 1-2 in Boston , where we'll discuss how to merge creativity with technology to drive growth. Space is limited and we're limiting attendance to CMOs and top marketing execs. Request your personal invitation here ! I’m not sure if it makes a whole lot of sense to launch a new smartwatch at the moment, given the understandable excitement over Apple’s Watch launch. Yet that’s exactly what Alcatel is doing with their new OneTouch Watch, which is available for preorder now, for $149, and starts shipping later this month. The OneTouch Watch is the first smartwatch from Alcatel and joins a small lineup of gadgets that includes smartphones and tablets aimed at the price-conscious unlocked market. Unlike similar-looking watches from LG and Samsung that are based on the Android Wear OS (and which only sync with Android phones), the OneTouch Watch uses proprietary software that can be synced with either Android or iOS via Bluetooth, using Alcatel’s free OneTouch Move app. It also distinguishes itself by being one of the few smartwatches to offer a built-in heart rate monitor at such a low price point. Above: The wristband is comfortable and can be easily adjusted. Photo by Simon Cohen. Design As an owner of the $100 Pebble (the original Kickstarter Edition) I’ve grown accustomed to the square, plastic, and – dare I say it – cheap look of my smartwatch.

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