My grandpa had an amazing pocket watch. Back in the day, it was the sign of being an established grown man- and his gold burnished watch was emblazoned with a signet and shield from his service in the army, which made it something he was extremely proud of- and you better believe he knew what time it was when you asked him.
In today’s technological times, pocket watches are nearly unheard of, in fact, people hardly even wear wristwatches anymore. Why should you? Your Smartphone does everything a watch does and a whole lot more, and all you have to do to look at it is dig it out of your pockets- which is pretty inconvenient in itself- but still better than spending money on an expensive accessory that doesn’t do anything fun, trendy or revolutionary.
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It’s about time we changed the way we view the wristwatch.
This seems to be a common theme, as several new models of “smart watches” were unveiled at the Mobile World Congress in 2015- an LG model, and other flagship smart watch models, but one of the ones that stuck out the most to reviewers at the MWC 2015 trade event is the Huawei Watch. With an amazing blend of complete functionality and style, as well as a wide variety of technical specs and capabilities, this watch is quickly causing a flurry of media attention because of just how awesome it is.