Most smartwatches on the market only offer one- or two-day battery life, but Hagic smartwatch’s bezel clock can last up to 15 days even though it runs out of battery. Want to learn more about the smart wearable? Let’s continue checking.
The Hagic is an advanced and versatile smartwatch. Its watchcase measures 44 x 44mm, and as we can see from the images, the wearable shows off a unique, stylish and retro appearance defined by its quadrate watchcase with smooth contours and a classic rounded watch dial. Meanwhile, the stainless steel watchcase delivers a durable and solid construction, and three refined colors, multiple leather and silicone straps allow it to meet different aesthetic tastes.
The smartwatch features a minimalistic clock embedded in the watch bezel. The breathing light represents the minute hand and the constant light represents the hour hand, so the bezel always tells you time, and the low-power consumption feature enables the clock to work normally for up to 15 days after the main battery drains.
The smartwatch runs Ticwear 4.0 OS, so it also features many preinstalled apps, and it supports both iOS and Android to display notifications, incoming calls, messages and more on its 31mm diameter AMOLED display with Corning Gorilla Glass 3. Furthermore, its voice function lets you more simply interact with your Hagic. The wearable is powered by Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor and has 512MB RAM and 4GB ROM, so it’s powerful enough to deal with various apps and tasks.
In addition, built-in fitness tracker with heart rate monitor and GPS is designed to track your daily activity, distance traveled, speed and pace.
The crowdfunding campaign for Hagic is ongoing on Kickstarter. Pledging $159 will let you own the smartwatch. It will be shipped in October 2017 (estimated). BTW, don’t miss the hybrid smartwatch and more cool related gadgets by following tags.