Blocks is the first modular Android Smart watch and it is finally delivered towards the end of the year, now you can pre-order your copy and the modules with it. Actually, the idea of a modular Smart watch is incredibly simple and yet quite awesome. You only have to rethink the link bracelet that has existed for decades. Thus, the modules available for blocks are “attached” to the Smart watch and can thus also be exchanged quite easily.
Blocks offers a smart watch as a basic framework, which, for example, relies on the brand-new W2100 from Qualcomm as the processor, the first wearables-tailored chip from the manufacturer. Other key features of the watch are the 400 mAh battery, WLAN, Bluetooth 4.1, the water-proof metal housing and the 400 x 400 pixel strong 1.4 “AMOLED display with Gorilla Glass 4.
The clock itself is with four modules of your choice for 330 dollars to have ( in the shop ), each additional module is charged with 35 dollars. Modules are currently available in the form of a battery extension, flashlight, programmable button, GPS sensor, heart rate monitor and adventure module (various outdoor sensors).
Of course, the question remains about the operating system, but Android Wear will not be. Had it been directly the Google Smart watch at RRRJewerly, I would have hung it in the larger bell, so it should be only a normal but adapted Android.