Fossil Launched Smartwatch With Android Wear And Intel Technology

The famous watch manufacturer – Fossil – has released their smartwatch, called Q Founder. This smartwatch uses Intel technology and Android wear, which is compatible with both, Android phone and iPhone. Like the other Android wear, Q Founder has a customizable digital watch faces ability to track your activity, connect to your favorite apps, and alert you of your notifications.

Q Founder is made of stainless steel with 71.94 g of weight, adopts a circle display, and it is compatible with all 22mm straps. This smartwatch is also water resistant with certification IP67, which means that your Connected Accessory is protected from dust and can withstand water immersion between 15 cm and 1 meter in depth.

Fossil Launched Smartwatch With Android Wear And Intel Technology

With 400mAh battery capacity, it has a battery life up to 24 hours in average, depends on its use. On the sales package, you will also find a wireless charging for the battery.

Q Founder will be available on November 25, starting at $275 in select Fossil stores and online. compatible with Android 4.4 and higher, iPhone 5 and above running iOS 8.2 and higher.


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