So far from what we have seen so far, smartwatch designs typically come with a square/rectangular-shaped face. It makes sense since it is a touchscreen similar to our smartphones, so by having a rectangular shape, it would be more comfortable for users. However we’ve seen companies like Motorola go against the grain with the Moto 360, and if you’re a fan of the round face, perhaps the Arrow smartwatch could be of interest to you.

As you can see in the video above, the Arrow smartwatch will follow in the Moto 360’s footsteps by offering up a circular face, like you would expect from a regular watch. It also claims to be the first smartwatch that will offer a 360-degree rotating camera that sits on the watch’s bezel, so you won’t have to twist your wrist or arms in weird angles to capture photos, although we reckon you’d still be better off using your smartphone instead!

While the Arrow smartwatch is still in the early stages of development, its creators claim that the watch will feature wireless charging so that users can just leave it on the charging dock without having to fuss about with wires. It will also include a heart rate monitor, so for fitness buffs, this could be a watch worth checking out.

Unfortunately there is no mention as to when the Arrow smartwatch will be released or how much it will be priced, but we will keep our eyes peeled for more information. In the meantime you can learn more about the Arrow smartwatch via its website or check out the video above for the details.

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