Fashionable Creoir Ibis smartwatch unveiled at MWC

February 27, 2014

The Creoir Ibis smartwatch is perhaps one of the most stylish wearables unveiled at MWC.

Comparing to other smartwatch designs we’ve been growing used to lately, the Ibis has a more attractive appeal. As technology continues to advance, the masses should expect designs to be quite similar to this one in terms of being more fashion-friendly, and namely, less bulky.

Made from stainless steel and crystal, the smartwatch has a functioning analog on its face, which also holds a touch-enabled OLED display. The Ibis even runs a version of Android.

Additionally, the smartwatch has Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi-Fi along with USB.

Samsung’s Galaxy Gear 2 was also revealed at MWC earlier sporting a new design of its predecessor just months after the Gear’s release.

As Google and Apple are reportedly working on their own smartwatch designs, they are expected to add their own touches to the designs. Since Google’s smartwatch will obviously be Android-powered like the Ibis, will it take the likes of the latter’s design?

 

by micha
Micheline has a a sweet-tooth for dark chocolate and cappuccinos, an almost obsessive-compulsive aversion to dust on Blu-ray discs, and a passion for regularly playing tennis on her Nintendo Wii. Matched with her love of writing, she is the Editor of T3 Middle East's Levant English publication and English website, and the Associated Editor for the GCC English publication.