This is possible by the release of a to third-party developers to design the watch faces they want to use. This has led to an extensive collection of watch faces available for the Pebble. Vachon has taken a different route. They design the watch face themselves, but claim to have over 100 watch faces that will be available after the launch of their Vachon watch.
And lastly, the strap for your watch. Similar to the two other components mentioned earlier the strap for your watch should be versatile enough to fit into a variety of dress scenarios There are two methods to achieve this. One option is the design principles of the watch’s body, so that the strap will look great whether put on with casual clothes or formal clothes. One good example of this is the straps on the Agent watch. It has an huawei p 50 pro that is chic enough for everyday wear, however the stitching gives it that extra amount of elegance that helps it look formal too.
Another option is that the strap is easily replaced. Although Pebble and Agent use standard 22mm straps for watches that can be easily replaced with a tiny screwdriver, this could be too complicated for some, especially in the event that you often change straps or have a tight schedule. It is worth noting that the Sony Smartwatch and Motorola Mutant provide a unique alternative. The watch’s body is equipped with an attached clip that can be attached to the strap of the watch, which allows for quick changes. The only drawback to this technique is that it adds quite a bit of bulk to the watch body.
Which one is the best option? Personally, I prefer it’s a mixture of both. The strap will be able to accommodate any situation, and let users change the straps according to their preferences. Utilizing 22mm straps is a great idea since they are common and available in various designs and materials.
Apart from being attractive, a good smartwatch will be able perform its functions as a smartwatch also. The first question is what type of screen looks like, each of these options has its advantages and disadvantages, and they impact various aspects of a smartwatch like appearance, function, and consumption.
To begin with, would a display be a good idea for an electronic watch? Can one make use of the watch without becoming annoyed by jabbing at tiny screens? A smaller screen will also result in the watch not being able to display lots of information. Apple has apparently tried to test this with a touch-capable iPod nano, which some transformed into a watch. But, since the iPod nano is still an iPod. So, can it fulfill the requirements of the smartwatch?
However, I believe that a touchscreen will definitely improve the functionality of the watch, compared to using buttons to scroll or select (that’s not so retro, is it?). In addition, the fact that touch screen smartphones are becoming so widespread today, this could be something people would like to see. However, this rise in usability is offset with an increase in the power consumption. While it’s nice to have functions that can be controlled by touch however, it won’t be as good if you need to keep your watch charging on a regular basis.