Over in Hong Kong, many Chinese phone makers are currently showing their latest products at the Global Sources trade show, the very show the latest Bluboo Xtouch and Xwatch have been sighted in the flesh.
Bluboo Xtouch photos and specifications had already been made available prior to the HK based trade show, but anyone in the vicinity of the Global Sources Fair now has the chance to head over to the Bluboo stand and go hands on with the phone for the first time.
The current version of the Xtouch will cost $179.99 once released and features a 3.0D curved rear panel (similar to the Xiaomi Mi Note) and alloy chassis. The retail launch for the phone should be sometime this week.
Also on show is the Bluboo Xwatch. The first wearable from the phone maker features a 1.inch 360 x 360 once display that Bluboo say is better than the screen on the Moto 360 and similar to the panel found on the Huawei Watch. The Bluboo Wearable is confirmed to run Android Wear which will run on a 1.2Ghz Mediatek MT2601 chipset and 512mb RAM. For those of you who like to keep a little music on your watch then you will be happy to learn the Xwatch has 4GB internal memory.
Other Bluboo Xwatch feature highlights include a large 480mAh battery, 9.8mm body (thinner than most other smartwatches), built-in GPS, heart rate monitor and altimeter. Pricing and a launch date were not revealed yet so stay tuned.