The latest Android Wear watch gets a little extra tech
The Android Wear Watch is getting a little more tech in the form of the Pebble smartwatch.
We’re getting more battery life, a few more fitness features, and a new way to track your daily steps.
This is all thanks to a firmware update that brings the Pebble Time 2 smartwatch up to the same level of the Time 3 and Time 4 watches.
The Pebble Time and Pebble Time 3, respectively, are now powered by the same processor, and their batteries also use the same type of chemistry, but they’re more efficient and can last longer on a single charge.
The timepiece’s battery life has also gotten better, thanks to the addition of the Powerbank, which uses advanced technology to charge and charge in less than two hours.
The Time 2 and Pebble 2 are currently available in the US, Canada, and the UK, with the Pebble 3, Pebble 2, and Pebble 3 in the coming weeks.
We’ll be testing the new Pebble Time watch with a few of our testers for some time now, and it’ll be interesting to see how much of the same improvements can be seen in the Watch’s actual functionality.
In addition to the Time 2, the Pebble 2 and 3 also get the new Powerbank.
This device uses advanced microprocessors to keep track of your fitness and activity data.
You’ll be able to log workouts and calories burned, as well as monitor your sleep and sleep cycles.
If you don’t have a Powerbank yet, you can sign up for one now, with a $10 annual subscription.
There’s also the new Time 3 Smartwatch, which has a higher resolution screen, a larger battery, and some of the latest hardware.
All of these devices are coming in two colors, but you can get a Pebble 3 without the Power Bank by signing up for a new subscription.
These new models aren’t quite ready for prime time yet, but we’ve got some early impressions to share with you.
The most obvious change is the addition and removal of the Watchface app from the Pebble app store.
While there are other ways to keep tabs on your activity, we found the Pebble Watchface to be a bit clunky and cumbersome.
It’s not the only Pebble app to get a makeover this year, either, as the Pebble Hub also gets a make over.
We like that it includes a dedicated sleep timer, which tracks your sleep habits over time.
The Hub is also available as an app on the Pebble Store, so you can sync your data with it from your iPhone or iPad, and sync it with your Fitbit.
We love how it makes it easy to find the time of day, the sleep tracker, and more.
The main problem with this app is that it doesn’t track your sleep, and that’s not a problem with all apps, but it’s a bit of a hassle to keep the app updated.
The Apple Watch app is pretty much the same, but the watch face itself gets an overhaul.
We’ve found that it makes the watch more useful, as it’s easier to see what apps you’re in touch with and it shows more of your activity data in a neat little tab.
There are also a few new watch faces, including the new Tango and Mango.
The Tango, a more modern take on the classic Tango watch face, uses a new hardware design to make the watch look less generic and more like a wearable fitness tracker.
The Mango, the company’s first watchface, uses the Pebble’s new Power Bank to track calories burned and steps taken.
Both look pretty cool and have a nice gradient to them.
The company has also updated the Pebble logo to match the new design.
While both of these watch faces are great, the Mango has a more subtle color palette, and while the Tango does a nice job of making the watch stand out in a crowd, we’re still not sold on the color scheme.
The Watchfaces we tested all came with Pebble apps for the first time, but there are a few other options available as well.
For starters, the new Fitbit Charge HR, Fitbit Surge, and Fitbit Blaze watch faces will work on the new wrist-worn devices, as will the new Apple Watch bands.
The new Pebble Hub app is also compatible with the new bands, as long as they’re compatible with Pebble Hub.
If your wrist band doesn’t support Pebble Hub, you’ll need to go to the Apple Watch App Store to install the Pebble Band App.