Nubia Alpha Wearable Smartphone

Sep 5, 2018

Category: Tech

There are quite a few smartwatches out with all the advanced bells and whistles, but having a wearable smartphone is a game-changer. At IFA 2018, all eyes were glued to the Nubia-a(alpha), a smartphone wristwatch that can do it all.

The Android-based smartphone device has a flexible OLED touchscreen that curves to take shape of its metal band. It also houses a selfie-camera in the center that supports video calling. The phone features various functions, such as exercise tracking, heart rate monitoring, music control, and a ‘Find My Phone’ option. There’s no further information just yet that goes in-depth about the specs, but Nubia is confident this wearable smartphone will be available in China before the year ends. Hopefully, the Nubia Alpha will also make its way to the U.S. to bring us one step closer to sci-fi film tech fantasies.

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