No. 1 D6 Smartwatch Images Surface, Android 5.1 In Tow

Smartwatches are still kind of a niche product. Many tech companies have released their very own smartwatches, and Android Wear platform has become quite popular amongst companies, but smartwatch sales are still not booming, general consumers simply don’t find smartwatches all that appealing just yet, but manufacturers are hoping that will change in the future. You have probably heard of Motorola's Moto 360 smartwatches, the Huawei Watch, and Samsung’s Gear S2, for example. Well, a ton of less known companies manufacture Android-powered smartwatches, like No. 1 for example.

The No. 1 is a China-based company which we’ve talked about a number of times thus far. The company has introduced the No. 1 D5 a while back, a sporty smartwatch which was equipped with Android 4.4 KitKat. Well, our source at the company has confirmed that a new No. 1 smartwatch is coming, the No. 1 D6. This smartwatch will be more powerful than the No. 1 D6, and will ship with Android 5.1 Lollipop out of the box. Now, if you look at the gallery down below, you’ll get to see quite a few real life images of this smartwatch. That is pretty much all the info that was shared by our source, though we’re sure the company will share more info in the coming weeks.

If you take a look at the images down below, you’ll get to see that this smartwatch is made out of metal, and that it is a square-shaped smartwatch. The device has plenty of bezel on it, unfortunately, and there are three capacitive buttons included below the display, menu, home and back, respectively. The watch will ship with a leather band, which is also quite visible in the images, and it seems like the watch will offer a heart rate sensor on the back as well. There are also four POGO pins included on the back which will be used to charge this smartwatch. The watch you can see in the images sports gold (body) plus brown (band) color combo, though it is possible No. 1 plans to introduce more color options, and the watch band will be replaceable either way, so chances are you’ll be able to put any regular watch band instead of the one that ships with this smartwatch.

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