Fossil announces the prettiest looking smartwatches at Baselworld 2016

Fossil Q Marshal smartwatch

Fossil Q Marshal smartwatch

At the watch expo in Baselworld 2016 in Switzerland, Fossil has announced two of the prettiest smartwatches you’ll see. The Android Wear powered Fossil smartwatches are quite fashion-forward and will give tough competition to popular smartwatches like Moto 360, Tag Heuer Connected or Huawei Watch. Fossil Q Founder and Q Marshal are the two new models in the line-up and they are going to be available summer/fall this year for a price range starting from $275.

Fossil Q Marshal and Q Founder smartwatch

Fossil Q Marshal and Q Founder smartwatch

Both these smartwatches are going to be slim with a 44mm and 46mm multi-finish case, encasing the always-on touchscreen displays to get vital notifications like calls and alerts. Just like some other smartwatches, Fossil Q Founder and Q Marshal are going to have interchangeable straps and customizable watch faces.

Fossil Q Marshal smartwatch_2

You’ll also have access to Fossil’s exclusive dials to change your style every once in a while. Thankfully both these smartwatches are going to be compatible with Android and Apple devices.

Along with these smartwatches Fossil has also announced the Q Motion activity and sleep tracker. The wearable gives you real-time notifications from paired smartphone and also keeps track of your sleep or fitness activities.

Fossil Q Motion Activity tracker

Since Fossil is a watchmaker, they made it a point to give a sneak-peak of the new smart analog watches Q Tailor and Q Nate. Smart because they connect via Bluetooth to Android/Apple device to track sleep, calories and get automatic time zone updates. So you can basically call these two good-looking analog watches a semi-smartwatch.

Fossil Q Tailor and Q Nate analog watches

Source: PressRelease

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