Fossil has this week unveiled two new additions to its range of Android Wear smartwatches with the unveiling of the Fossil Q Wander And Q Marshal which offer users a slimmer design and build on the technology from the Q Founder.
The Q Marshall pictured on the right in the image above is equipped with a 46 mm case while the Q Wander has a smaller 42 mm face and wire style lugs and both are equipped with touchscreen displays and are powered by Google’s Android Wear operating system.
As with Fossil’s previous smartwatch the two new designs provide easy access to important information such as incoming calls, alerts and more and will even display Google Now cards. Fossil explains a little more about the design of the two Android Where smartwatches
Q Wander features a soft curving, multi-finish case with artfully sculpted wire lugs, making it both beautiful and functional. The interchangeable genuine leather strap provides the style and comfort customers have come to expect from a watch. Q Marshal and Q Wander are compatible with Android smartphones and iPhones. Both touchscreen display smartwatches will be available later this year.
Q Marshal features a rugged case along with design updates like a striking navy blue plated case paired with vintage-inspired leather straps. And with no exposed pins or connectors, charging both smartwatches on the new slim wireless charger is a breeze.
Unfortunately no information on pricing or worldwide availability has been released as yet by Fossil, but as soon as information comes to light we will keep you updated as always. For more information in the mean time on the new Android Wear Smart watches which have been added to the Fossil range jump over to the Fossil press release website for details via the link below.
Source: Android Police : Fossil