Wearable devices include multi-purpose tools that use advanced sensing technologies such as voice command recognition, gesture recognition, and face and fingerprint recognition.
OLED technology brings thinner and curved display form factor to smartwatches. The most important is OLED has a much lower consumption compared to LCD and can be readable under sunlight.
Some of the smartwatches with Amoled screens are KIGO Watch, Moto 360 Sport, Asus Zenwatch 2, MyKronoz ZeRound2, Samsung Gear 2, Amazfit Stratos/Pace Multisport, Mondaine Helvetica 1, New
Balance RunIQ, Nixon Mission, ZTE Quartz, and Huawei Watch Elegant/Jewel.
Most of the above smartwatches are using 1.39 inch 400x400 or 1.2 inch 360x360 round/circular Amoled, but Fossil chose a higher resolution for its Fossil Q Explorist HR with BOE 1.39" 454x454 round/circular Amoled, which has reached retina display standard, providing vivid images with extremely fast response times.
Fossil is one of the biggest watch brands in the world and its quality speaks for itself. While the company has its own branding on the Fossil Q lineup, the Explorist HR included, Fossil Group also owns Skagen and has some influence over that design as well.
When it comes to the Fossil Q Explorist, there’s a 1.39 inch OLED display that goes nearly edge-to-edge on the 45mm casing and is pretty good across the board with decent enough brightness for outdoor usage. The watch is 13mm thick and on the Tan Leather model, the stainless steel has a unique blue color which is different but also looks absolutely fantastic. There’s also 3ATM water resistance which is always welcome.
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