Qualcomm Toq smartwatch now up for pre-order

Qualcomm logoThe other day we reported that Qualcomm was planning on releasing its Toq smartwatch on the 2nd of December where it would be priced at $350. At that time there was no word when you could pre-order the device, but the good news is that if the Toq smartwatch caught your attention, you will be pleased to learn that the smartwatch can now be pre-ordered via Qualcomm’s website.

The Toq was designed by Qualcomm as a reference design which will feature a 1.55” Mirasol display with Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity and will play nicely with Android devices that run Android 4.0.3 or later, although Qualcomm does recommend Jelly Bean or later for better performance. It also comes with a 240mAh battery which will apparently last for days without charging.

Qualcomm Toq smartwatch

Smartwatches are definitely the “in” thing these days as we have seen recent efforts from the likes of Samsung with the Galaxy Gear and ZTE with their own smartwatch, and we have also heard rumors of how Google and Apple plan on entering the smartwatch market as well. So, which company’s smartwatch are you most looking forward to?

Source: Ubergizmo

Tags: Qualcomm, smartwatch

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