A number of wearable devices were released in 2013 and Qualcomm Toq was one of them. This smartwatch, which is only being sold in a limited quantity, was announced a couple of months back and it started selling through the company’s website earlier this month. Those who didn’t know that, or didn’t want to purchase it from the website for some reason now have an alternative. Amazon, one of the biggest online retailers, now has Qualcomm’s smartwatch in stock and customers can head on over there to purchase it.
Right now Qualcomm’s website lists a shipping estimate of 1-2 weeks if you order from there, on the other hand, Amazon is currently offering one-day shipping. The retailer only has the black variant in stock, the white variant isn’t even available through Qualcomm’s website, so it might take some time before it debuts on Amazon. Price remains the same, $349 for the Toq, no matter where you purchase it from. Despite being slightly expensive than the Samsung Galaxy Gear, the Toq does have a 1.55″ Mirasol display, Bluetooth 3.0 and support for a wide variety of Android devices, whereas the Galaxy Gear is just limited to certain Samsung devices. Qualcomm says that its best to use the Toq with an Android device that at least running version 4.0.3 or higher.
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