Sony Xperia Z5 Premium, Huawei Watch, and Moto X Pure!

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Huawei announced the Huawei watch yesterday, this new fully circular watch comes with a whopping 400×400 pixel display (286ppi) and a choice of stainless steel in silver/black, and leather. Oh yeah, Android Wear now can be used with iOS users, so for all you iWhores, you will be able to use any Android Wear watch such as the Huawei watch with your iPorn. I am actually rather impressed at Huawei for making such a beautiful watch, I think it’s 10 times better than the new Moto 360 2nd generation, which looks nearly identical to its predecessor with a painstakingly ugly flat tire, slight bump in display resolution and faster processor, meh.

Samsung has also announced the Gear S2 watch, they have gone with a circular design this time around but again it’s based on Tizen and probably will only be compatible with Samsung phones only. The original Gear S was pretty cool with a curved display and super high resolution but the Gear S2 seems, “meh”. I am betting that the Huawei watch may beat out both Motorola and Samsung this year but I will definitely have a hands-on review of it soon, you can pre-order yours on Amazon here.

Moto X Pure is now available for order, the new Moto X Pure retails for $399.99 for 16GB, $449.99 for 32GB, and $499.99 for 64GB. The specs include a Snapdragon 808 processor, 5.7-inch 1440P screen, 21MP back camera, water repellent, and customizable colors for the back plus engraving. I actually think this is not a bad deal at all especially for those of you who want pure Google experience. I have ordered one already so I should have a hands-on review of it also.

Sony has announced the first 4K smartphone in the world dubbed Sony Xperia Z5 Premium. This new 4K smartphone from Sony includes a 4K UHD 5.5-inch screen (3840×2160 pixel resolution or 806 PPI pixel density), Snapdragon 810 processor, 23MP back camera and 5.1MP front camera.

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