Earlier today Pebble unveiled the new Pebble 2 and Pebble Time 2, but they weren’t done there.
Alongside these two updated smartwatches, Pebble announced a brand new one called the Pebble Core, which actually isn’t a smartwatch at all, it’s a wearable device that clips onto clothing or carried elsewhere.
Users can link to Pebble Core up to their Android or iPhone device, or pop in a micro SIM card to allow it to work independently.
Once that’s done, it is ready to provide you with a range of features whilst you are on the go.
One of the biggest is during fitness activity, with GPS capabilities, it can be used to track your pace and distance over apps like Runkeeper, Strava, Google Fit or others.
It is also able to stream content through services like Spotify, featuring a headphone socket for plugging in your headphones.
It also has a built-in microphone, with the ability to work with various Pebble apps like Uber.
It has a battery that is said to last up to nine hours, with wireless Qi charging support, 4GB of internal storage, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity.
The Pebble Core will be available in white and black on Kickstarter from $69. When it launches in January 2017, it is expected to be priced at $99.
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