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All the latest wearable tech news from China. Chinese smartwatch news, reviews, articles and more. Read it all on GizChina.com

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The Omate Truesmart Android watch, which was created by a Shenzhen based start-up, has just passed through the FCC.

TokyoFlash are the makers of some of the more distinctive watches on the market and their latest Kisai Console Wood is certainly no different.

In just 4 days time CES in Las Vegas will kick off and one of the gadget trends we expect to see are wearable Android smart glasses like the one Rockchip have been planning.

Today ARCHOS began teasing a line of Smartwatches they also plans to unveil at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES).

GooPhone are launching another wearable device to be used in conjunction with your Android smartphone, a wearable sports wristband with small display.

Chinese tech start up Geek have launched a youth version of their popular smartwatch for just $165, along with releasing developer tools for 3rd party developers!

Samsung released a short 22-second clip on its Taiwanese YouTube Channel Friday and the internet has been swirling with rumors and speculation about it ever since.

TCL themselves have hinted at the possibility of releasing wearable device based on Android. A TCL smartwatch seems highly probable!

TCL have released these images of their 8-core TCL Idol X+, along with details of it’s launch and possible accessories!

It has been a while since we have ran a GizChina giveaway, so with Christmas nearly here we though we would kick off the festivities with a Geak Android Smartwatch giveaway!

We take the GooPone smartwatch for a quick hands on in our hands on video, plus details of a $50 discount exclusively for GizChina readers.

A few days ago GooPhone announced that they would be launching a 3G enabled GooPhone smartwatch, here’s the first hands on video.

The dawn of wearable smart technology is upon us and as usual Chinese tech start ups are jumping on board. Here our review of one of the first pieces of wearable tech, the Geak W1 smartwatch.

GooPhone are very well known for making fake Apple and Samsung phones, but they aren’t really known for keeping up with technological trends which makes their smartwatch announcement all the more surprising!

With a saturated phone market and stagnant tablet market, China’s phone makers are plunging in to the emerging Android smartwatch market.

Chinese Android startup Geak have managed to ship 100,000 Geak smartwatches since they launched the wearable device earlier this year.

Now that Xiaomi are taking over the phone market and are invading living rooms it isn’t hard to imagine the company producing a Xiaomi smartwatch but is this ever going to happen.

Smartwatches seem to be the ‘in’ thing this season. After the likes of Qualcomm, Sony, Samsung, etc. presented their own renditions of the wearable technology concept, upcoming manufacturers like India-based SmartNamo have been up to the task as well. Google are said to be working on one too, if you missed it. We have to admit, things are moving ahead at a faster rate than expected!

Google’s first piece of wearable tech, Google Glass has received a recent software update bring public transport directions and more to the device.

Taiwanese based tech startup BeLuvv have taken on the admirable task of making the world a safer place one child at a time with the Guardian smart accessory and cloud app.