New Fossil (with LTE), Michael Kors and Skagen (with e-ink) watches announced at CES

11 January 2021
The Fossil watch is heading to Verizon this Spring. Its MK sibling lacks LTE and bets on design. The Skagen is all about the battery life.

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  • Tayyab
  • g3h
  • 21 Aug 2021

I used MK watch. It looks so premium.. but battery life is only 1 day..

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    • AnonD-762416
    • 3iL
    • 12 Jan 2021

    The Skagen looks quite interesting.

      Only verizon for the LTE! :(

        Anonymous, 11 Jan 2021I’m guessing Gen 6 is never going to be released. I’m stuck... moreWait, that's the battery life on that watch?

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          • Anonymous
          • n4{
          • 11 Jan 2021

          I’m guessing Gen 6 is never going to be released. I’m stuck with my 30 min battery life Gen 5

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            • Just having a beer
            • Lh{
            • 11 Jan 2021

            Are they going to make a smartwartch with Bluetooth 5.0 or 5.1? Coz I gave it a pass the last time and chose Huawei instead...

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              • AnonD-940827
              • 8pQ
              • 11 Jan 2021

              So actually worse MK watches than they already have out. Only because of the lte? Seriously.

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                • Dudi4
                • pZe
                • 11 Jan 2021

                "The Fossil Gen 5 LTE Touchscreen Smartwatch joins the current Gen 5 series. It’s powered by a Snapdragon Wear 3100"

                This is a joke? This must be a joke? A brand new 349$ watch with this prehistoric SoC?

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                  • AnonD-973296
                  • GYi
                  • 11 Jan 2021

                  does anyone know how to install custom ROM (wearOS) into samsung active2 (44mm wifi)
                  Model number- SM-R820NZKAXAR

                  thanks in advance!

                    And there are no watches with last year's Qualcomm 4100 chip?
                    What the hell!

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                      • AnonD-909757
                      • pZV
                      • 11 Jan 2021

                      E-ink is a no-brainer on a smartwatch, it is low power as it only require energy to change the pixels that need to be updated, it can keep showing the same image without taking any power, meaning you can go as low as updating every second and only the relevant pixels, or even better if you don't show the seconds hand or as text, you can update once per minute, that's serious battery saving here.
                      But most importantly, you don't need backlighting to see the display in plain day and can still have one for low light.