August 15, 2012
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When it comes to attracting attention from Android and iOS users everywhere, it’s hard to call the Pebble smartwatch anything other than a massive success. The idea of a smartwatch with its own apps and the ability to connect to a smartphone through Bluetooth is certainly compelling enough. Some of the excitement recently managed to fade a little, though, when the company announced its September launch was being delayed to some undefined point.

While an official release date has yet to be settled on, Pebble has recently posted a video demo of the smartphone UI to its Kickstarter page in order to generate some new excitement for the watch’s user interface. For those that aren’t in the know, the Pebble offers an e-ink screen that can read emails, play music, run special apps, view phone calls and, of course, works as a watch, too. The new UI is meant to not only work quickly, but is supposed to be easy to use, without a sharp learning curve.

In order to better test the UI and the capabilities of the smartwatch, Pebble Technology uses an emulator running on an iPhone in addition to a logic board connected to a laptop. The software on the Pebble seems to be very smooth and nearly complete, so hopefully that means that we will see the Pebble smartwatch launch sooner rather than later.

What do you think of the smartwatch’s UI? Losing faith in Pebble with its latest delay, or still more than excited to get your hands on this watch?

Andrew Grush
Andrew is dedicated to reporting on the latest developments in the world of Android, and is very passionate about mobile technology and technological innovation in general. While he appreciates Android in all of its forms, he prefers a clean stock experience when possible and currently rocks a Nexus 5. Andrew also loves to engage with his readers, and welcomes well-thought-out conversations and responses in the comments section!
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