The watch comes in two sizes and be available for $275 later this year with an Intel processor, 512MB of RAM, and 4GB of storage. Charging is handled via pillow-like wireless charger and like the Moto 360 has an always-on “flat tire” displays.
Fossil Q Overview Updated May 6, 2017
Seven 'Fossil Q' stories
September 2015 - May 2017
Fossil Q Stories May 6, 2017
Ever since stepping into the smartwatch game, Fossil has always been a fashionable alternative to fan favorites like the Moto 360 or G Watch R. The new Q, collaboratively designed with acclaimed National Geographic photographer Cory Richards, keeps in that tradition and runs Android Wear 2.0 to boot.
Fossil Q Stories March 15, 2016
Fossil Q Stories December 8, 2015
Fossil officially released its very first Android Wear watch a couple of weeks ago. The $295 smartwatch is powered by an Intel Atom processor and has a round display complete with ‘flat tire’, and has now been made available to order from Google’s devices store. What’s more, because it’s on Google’s tech-focussed store, we get a much better idea about the watch’s internal specifications. As Android Wear devices go, it looks set to compete with the best of them…
Fossil Q Stories November 25, 2015
Earlier this month, popular watchmaker Fossil announced a range of connected fashion items. Among them were a Bluetooth connected analog watch and a fitness band built in to a stylish leather bracelet. But what we were really excited about was the company’s announcement that it was going to build its own Android Wear-powered smartwatch. Today, the Fossil Q Founder is finally available to order…
Fossil Q Stories October 21, 2015
Fossil Q Stories September 28, 2015
Fossil Q Android Wear smartwatch teased, will be available this holiday season
Fossil, one of the world’s best-known fashion brands has teased an upcoming set of wearables which should be available by the time this year’s holiday shopping season swings by. Fossil Q is a range of connected devices made up of three separate products. There will be a connected bracelet (think Jawbone UP), a connected non-display watch (think Withings Activité) and a connected display watch (traditional touchscreen smartwatch). The latter of these three is the one we’re really interested in here, since it will run Android Wear when it hits the market later this year.