2nd Generation Geak smartwatch spotted

geak smartwatch 2

Chinese start-up Geak are working on their newest piece of wearable tech, the 2nd generation Geak smartwatch.

We tested the original Geak smartwatch last year and found the device to be a great concept but overall lacking in features and support for 3rd party applications. Geak are already working on their 2nd generation version Geak smartwatch which can be seen in the above leaked photo.

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Details are not known, but the device appears to be thinner than the original and also boast a larger display, it is also possible that the 2nd gen Geak watch could run on COS, a Chinese developed OS based on Android (with Google service stripped out).

Are you a smartwatch user? What features do you require from your wearable tech?

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  1. pa5t1s
    March 26, 2014

    Will it support/embed Android Wear? that’s a key feature for any wannabe-wearable-Android product…
    Main requests:
    * battery size compatible with a 3-4 day usage
    * voice command
    * Google services support (I don’t want/need extra custom softwares to share my data across my phone(s) , my tablet(s), my PC(s) …
    * Android 4.4.x min

    • March 31, 2014

      Thanks for your advice!!!

      I’m a Geak guy and saw this news&your comment fortuitously.

      Your idea is really quite valuable for us and we’re very happy to see some more new thought!
      Whatever!Thanks agagin!

      • pa5t1s
        March 31, 2014

        You’re welcome 🙂
        I don’t know your watch because I wasn’t able to buy it so far… Anyway, I own a SmartQ Z1 (another competitor 🙂 ), and it’s a good starting-point to compare! Samsung’s Gear is too much of anything…so there’s a place for other devices like yours: just be different and smarter 😉

        More requests on-the-fly:
        * Internet Bluetooth tethering (better than WiFi)

  2. Arefin
    March 26, 2014

    Looks good 😉