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Fossil Gen 6 Hybrid smartwatch with 2-week battery, Alexa support launched

Fossil has presented its next-generation Hybrid model for those who prefer a more traditional design with some of the smart capabilities of contemporary smartwatches.

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Fossil Gen 6 Hybrid
Fossil Gen 6 Hybrid

has presented its next-generation Hybrid model for those who prefer a more traditional design with some of the smart capabilities of contemporary .

According to GSM Arena, with extra technology built into the hardware, the Gen 6 Hybrid borrows design cues from its other Gen 6 .

Machine and Stella are the two available designs. The former is available in Black, Smoke, and Silver finishes and has a 45mm casing with a textured bezel. The Stella is a more delicate 40.5mm casing that comes in Rose Gold, Silver, and Two-Tone hues.

Both watches have replaceable bands (18mm and 24mm, respectively), which may be made of a variety of materials, such as traditional leather or silicone bands, three-link metallic bands, and more.

Notifications, customizable watch faces, continuous heart rate and workout monitoring, a two-week battery life, physical time-telling hands, sleep and step tracking, notifications, and SpO2 tracking are all supported in addition to the two-week battery life.

A new feature is an integrated microphone that works with Amazon Alexa.

Additionally, unveiled a revamped smartwatch companion software for and iOS that offers better customisation choices and a more thorough dashboard for fitness statistics.

Older Fossil Hybrid can also use the new app, enabling users to start using the updated user interface.

The Fossil Gen 6 Hybrid will go on sale on June 27 for USD229 or USD249 if you choose a model with a metallic band through or a Fossil retail location.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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First Published: Mon, June 27 2022. 12:47 IST