New chip revamps smartwatches for children
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At the Mobile World Congress in Shanghai last month, Qualcomm unveiled a new chip specifically tailored for kids’ smartwatches. Child-friendly wearables are a growing niche in the Chinese electronics market, with an estimated 25 million sold in 2017 alone. The Snapdragon Wear 2500 is the first refresh of Qualcomm’s smartwatch chip product line-up since 2016. It offers a much-needed upgrade to the relatively bulky design and disappointing endurance of most Wear OS smartwatches today. Based on Android ‘Oreo’, installing Snapdragon Wear 2500 requires just 512MB of storage and boasts up to two days’ of battery life. It comes with 4G…
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