The Fossil Q line includes a smart connected bracelet, a connected watch without a digital display, a watch with a round face and Android Wear software.
The company isn’t providing a lot of details yet, but Fossil says its devices will:
- Work with phones running Android, iOS, or Windows software
- Support activity tracking features such as step counting and calorie burning estimates
- Allow you to select what type of notifications to view
The bracelet will come in men’s and women’s styles, and the watch will support “classic” bands.
While there’s no shortage of smartwatches on the market, many of the first products to run Google’s Android Wear software have been watches from PC and phone makers, not watch makers. But 2015 is the year when watch companies ranging from Fossil to TAG Heuer are getting into the game, along with other familiar names including Casio and Swatch.