Fossil Gen 6 smartwatch specs and design fully revealed in leak

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(Pocket-lint) - Fossil has already teased its adjacent procreation of smartwatches are coming, but earlier the institution has had a accidental to afloat uncover the devices, a immense leak not lone shows disconnected the plan but includes the specifications too.

WinFuture published a fig of details and aggregate images of the Fossil Gen 6 smartwatches, on with pricing and availability accusation acknowledgment to a listing connected Amazon, which has since been removed.

According to the German site, the Fossil Gen 6 smartwatches volition travel successful 42mm and 44mm lawsuit options, some of which volition person a 1.28-inch show with a 416 x 416 pixel solution and features similar Always On. There are said to beryllium assorted options disposable successful presumption of finishes, though each models are said to connection the aforesaid hardware and 5ATM h2o resistant.

Under the hood, it is said the Fossil Gen 6 smartwatches volition tally connected the Qualcomm Snapdragon 4100+ chipset, which seemingly offers a large show boost and it's said determination is 8GB of storage, Bluetooth 5.0 and built-in GPS. Other features are said to see heart complaint montitoring, sleep monitoring, cardio levels and SpO2 monitoring, on with basics similar steps. 

Battery beingness is claimed to beryllium 24-hours, though the utmost battery-saving mode offered connected erstwhile Fossil smartwatches is said to beryllium contiguous again and it's believed the smartwatches volition beryllium afloat charged successful an hour, oregon connection 80 per cent successful 30 minutes of charging.

The Fossil Gen 6 smartwatches aren't expected to tally Wear OS 3 astatine launch. It's said they volition outgo €299 oregon €329 depending connected the exemplary however, and beryllium disposable from 27 September. For now, thing is authoritative but this is simply a beauteous important leak.

Writing by Britta O'Boyle. Originally published connected 19 August 2021.

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