We are currently in the prime months of 2016, where we are on the edge of numerous releases of highly anticipated smartwatches. 2015 was the year of innovation and creating smartwatches that could do more, last longer, and have chic appearances that developers have been trying to nail down. While the smartwatches of 2015 such as the Samsung Gear S2, Motorola “Moto” 360, Pebble, and the Apple Watch were a huge success, not every aspect was perfect.
2016 is the year of fixing last year’s issues, responding to users’ ideas, and creating better smartwatches that can offer users more with better connectivity and more features. Style, too, is a huge point that developers have been hinging on. Designs of the newest of smartwatches are intended to separate themselves from the competition and offer users different choices and even customization that they did not have before. (more…)