Yesterday Pebble teased the announcement of new smartwatches, and today they have kept to that promise, announcing a set of three new smartwatches to be added to their 2016 line-up.
This new line-up will include the Pebble 2, Pebble Time 2 and the Pebble Core (more about that last one here).
The Pebble 2 is a styled similarly to the original Pebble, featuring a black and white E-paper screen with a 168 x 144-pixel resolution.
That display is also covered in Corning’s Gorilla Glass 3.
Inside there’s also an ARM Cortex M4 processor, with a battery life that is said to last up to 7 days, and the ability to be waterproof in up to 30 metres.
One more feature is the new built-in optical heart rate monitor.
The Pebble Time 2 is similar to this, featuring a design that is recognisable to original Pebble Time, but with a new gold finish.
The Pebble Time 2 also has an E-Paper screen, but with a 228 x 200-pixel resolution and Gorilla Glass 3 glass.
Aside from that, the Time 2 features a marine grade stainless steel casing, with a battery life that is said to last up to 10 days, and a body that is waterproof up to 30 metres.
Both the Pebble 2 and the Pebble Time 2 will be launched on Kickstarter initially, with pledges starting at $99 and $169 respectively.
Once launched it is expected that they will be priced at $129 and $199 respectively. The Pebble Time 2 will ship in November and the Pebble 2 will be shipped in September.
You can find out more about them and back the project at the source link below.