Powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 processing platform, the Gc Connect watches will be available in models for men and women.
Ahead of the launch, a lot of information has surfaced about the watch. There's no heart rate sensor, no NFC on board, only the single side button (so no rotating crown), and it has 3G connectivity but no LTE.
The Connect will be available in 41mm and 44mm sizes targeting females and males respectively.
Fashion brand Guess is launching an Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch successor to its original Guess Connect. Guess says that customers will be able to choose from more than a hundred combinations of different display faces, subdials, and colors. Another nifty feature on the watch would be its ability to send text messages straight from the watch by using keyboard or handwriting recognition. These apps include fitness apps as well.
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But beyond the gallery of photos that you can see below, the site has also gotten their hands on some details about the watch.
Guess wants you to buy its smartwatches. The ZTE Quartz (model number ZW10) runs Android Wear 2.0, and sports a circular display of unknown size and pixel resolution. However, the first Connect smartwatch was not a fashionable wearable, and it failed to impress the buyers who wanted an elegant hybrid of tech and style. This time, Guess is working with Google and Qualcomm, and the result looks considerably smarter.
The Guess Connect is the worst offender.