Benefiting from latest communication technology and smart platform, a Chinese university Friday unveiled “TiWatch”, a smart watch independently developed by an institute of the university.
A research team in Central South University in Hunan Province unveiled a new smart wearable device, “TiWatch” on Friday.
Tests show the gadget has up to 480 hours of standby time, and its batteries can last seven days with normal usage.
SOUNDBITE(CHINESE)): LI JIANBIN, Researcher, Central South University
“The TiWatch has up to 20 days of standby time. It’s the first of its kind in the world, and it’s developed by our own team, independently developed by us.”
The watch is billed as “transparent”, as it can be easily synced to other phones, including iPhone and Android phones.
It’s expected to be available in the market in early 2016.