Chinese smartphone maker, Bluboo, is making the first dedicated sports smartwatch called Xwatch, running Android Wear.
The Xwatch will have improved features that can track sports and fitness activity. The Xwatch will also include GPS, an altimeter, barometer and heart rate sensor. All these sensors will work in conjunction to each other: the altimeter is used by the to determine how many floors the wearer has climbed or descended during the day.
Well, there is not much information display size, resolution of the screen, Wi-Fi, processor and battery. However, most Android Wear devices so far has used dual core processor by Qualcomm Snapdragon, paired with 512MB of RAM and 4GB of internal storage.
However, according to Android Headlines, Bluboo claims that the Xwatch is the world's first dedicated sports Android smartwatch. Meanwhile, in its press release, the company cites that although the Moto 360 is also being sold as a sports watch, but there are no dedicated sports design changes compared with normal Moto 360.
Bluboo is also planning to release Xtouch smartphone in to the Indian market and the Xwatch might come later the smartphone. Meanwhile, we have no details about the launch date and the price of the smartphone or the smartwatch.