Learn How You Can Build Your Own SmartWatch

Learn How You Can Build Your Own SmartWatch

The Project Ara of wearables is called Blocks. What Blocks has to offer? It will allow you to build your own smartwatch according to your personal taste and style. Interesting!



 Yes indeed! There are already a lot of smartwatches in the market today, that is one of the main reasons why their are a of consumers delayed purchasing a smartwatch so they will have ample time to choose of what will suit best to their need.

 The many options available can unknowingly takes so much of your time. Yet with the Blocks you can build your own smartwatch and definitely the features it will have is your personal choices.

 With this kind of arrangement disappointment with the newly purchase item is quiet minimal since you have ordered it the way you like it. It will be delivered to the way you build it. In that way it makes a lot of sense.



 The Blocks base model of the modular smartwatches features a round display. It is powered by Google’s Android 5.0 Lollipop which is slightly tweak therefore it can run to both Android and Apple iOS phones. Out of the box is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 chipset. For the connectivity it has GPS, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth thus and so you you will be able to receive notifications while tracking your fitness. Not just that with this modular smartwatch also features and enable voice commands.

 The basic specs are actually boosted as a result, it is capable of containing extra battery power and an NFC chip for mobile payments, or perhaps a heart-rate monitor, cell phone radio or GPS unit. The snap-in modules on the other hand is designed by British menswear jeweller Tateossian.

The modules will be available in different colors and textures. The company made it sure that consumers can go gaga with this particular offering. In a statement, Blocks said They’re hot-swappable too, which means you won’t have to power off the watch to tinker with the extra hardware.


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