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This week in usable news: Samsung Galaxy Watch suddenly became public, Fitbit announced announced new bracelets and Apple Watch sales (and Fitbit and Garmin) is very strong.
The week in Wearables is a news distribution, out every week, focused on some of the things that have happened in the technology you can wear on your wrist, perch on your head, hold your ear, sway around your waist, take you into your little back or, well, you get the idea.
Samsung's website presented Galaxy Watch in an entry that has since been taken down. Scott Stein CNET
Samsung Unintentional Leakage Galaxy Watch
] The announcement next month in Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will almost certainly be accompanied by a smartwatch. Samsung, incidentally, but quite helpful, put the new clock on the website for a short while.
I I'll put my neck out here: this is a galaxy, not a g ear, and I think it means it's going to be run by Wear OS, the Google wearables operating system previously known as Android Wear.
The first smartwatch, Galaxy Gear, probably used Android, but then switched to Samsung's own Tizen OS and all Samsung watches have since used the word Gear and Tizen operating system. Certainly it's not a coincidence that Samsung moves back to using the Galaxy in the name and not Gear? There have been rumors that a Wear OS clock came. This may be it.
Read more at Forbes, here .
New Bracelet for Fitbit Versa. Fitbit
New Bracelet for Fitbit Versa
How do you feel about knitted bracelets? Fitbit has just revealed some straps for Versa smartwatch, as The Verge reported.
Fitbit reveals a series of fashion-forward bracelets to go with Versa smartwatch. The knitted bracelets in their
PH5 Collection which was made in partnership with
& nbsp; "of traditional knitwear with a futuristic aesthetic in three original styles," according to the company. Each knitted style, either striped, ribbed or metallic, is available in two color options for $ 39.95 each.
The product, & nbsp; as we reported earlier is still a dead Call for an Apple Watch – mostly due to the rounded square shape and reduced facades, both far from the design of Fitbit's first smartwatch, the serious and angular & nbsp; Iconic .
It seems like taking a page out of Apple's design box increased Fitbits smartwatch sales – while icon sales & nbsp; stagnated Versa's slim screen made it a success in the market, and the company celebrated 1 million units sold & nbsp; during June. Perhaps offering these new bracelets will give consumers a way to distinguish between the two brands.
Read more at The Verge .
Apple Watch Series 3 with mobile connection is a big hit in Asia.
Apple Watch sales and wear market generally go well
New analysis from Canalys shows great growth for wear and Apple Watch.
Although Apple does not provide accurate sales figures, & nbsp; The latest data from leading analyst firm Canalys today shows impressive figures. & Nbsp; And the market for wearables as a whole grows fast.
The 3.5 million Apple Watch sales are for the last quarter (Q2 2018), an increase of 30% over the same period last year.
Despite this, Apple's share of wearables market actually fell compared to last quarter this year, thanks to remarkable strong performances from Garmin and Fitbit among others.  More than read on Forbes
Colorful and fun: Xiaomi's wearables for kids. Xiaomi
Xiaomi Launches Colorful Smartwatch For Kids
Over at Wareable is news about a new smartwatches for kids and oh boy, are they looking cute?
In terms of features, this is a smartwatch that packs it in. Wi-Fi and 4G network support means that children can call from the wrist while the laptop also has GPS / A-GPS built-in for parents to know their child's place of residence in real time.
A 2 megapixel camera is also on board, which apparently can identify plants and teach children about nature when connected to the included smartphone app. Of course, the kids can catch non-plant or HD videos, all while recruiting activity data.
Read more on Wareable .
Part of the Apple patent. Apple
And finally …
Apple Insider reported that future Apple Watch extras could help prevent sunburn as revealed, it seems like a patent.
The patent application for "Light-based Screen Detection," published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Thursday and originally filed in December 2017, describes a sunscreen detector that can be used on a portable device that Apple suggests may be a portable device. & nbsp;
Although sunscreen can be characterized by its Sun Protection Factor (SPF), Apple notes may affect the effects of a variety of factors, such as the amount of active ingredients that break down, the sunscreen's water resistance, and the user's skin's late sitivity. Monitoring this can help users to use more sunscreen and prevent sunburn.
More from Apple Insider here.
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