It’s really not bad what Chinese hardware makers are doing right now. They only need to find some killer software to go with it to hit bullseye.
Newest example is the Zeblaze Cosmo, which is a fairly affordable smartwatch that has been grabbing headlines a bit lately.
The folks from the factory put together a video (find it at the end of the article) recently to show how the smartwatch is charged. Interestingly, it doesn’t come with a dock-type charger that connects to a USB cable, something we’ve seen with sub-$100 smartwatches in the past. Instead, the Cosmo has a bit more interesting charging mechanism.
It features a MagSafe-style magnetic charger that latches on to the charging port on the back of the dial. From the video Zeblaze posted, it looks like something that could soon be the new standard for budget smartwatches.
That said, the Cosmo is pretty affordable too; the hear-rate monitor equipped, MT2502-powered smartwatch currently on pre-order for $69.99.