This Smartwatch is equipped with technology made by NASA

Citizen Smart PQ2(Citizen Watch)
Citizen Smart PQ2(Citizen Watch) illustration - Watch company from Japan, Citizen Watch (CZ) introduces its newest smartwatch which is quite unique, named Smart PQ2. 

Its uniqueness is the artificial intelligence (AI) technology that equips the CZ Smart PQ2. This is because the technology was developed by a NASA research team with the help of IBM Watson.

President of Citizen Watch, Jeffrey Cohen said that the technology will be used to optimize the health application contained in the CZ Smart PQ2.

The health application functions to collect user data, such as a person's heart rate and sleep pattern and quality. So, this tool is predicted to have more exclusive health features.

The smartwatch consists of three models, namely Casual, Sport and Hybrid models. In addition to health applications supported by NASA technology, this smartwatch also has other features common to smartwatches.

For example, the feature counts the user's steps, measures body temperature, provides information about the weather, can connect using Bluetooth connectivity, receive e-mail notifications, and so on.

This smart watch has an AMOLED screen measuring 1.28 inches and is equipped with a touchscreen feature so that users can more freely make settings directly on the device screen.

In the specification sheet, the smartwatch is powered by Snapdragon Wear 4100 Plus and polished with the Google WearOS interface. The device offers 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage.

The applications available on the device consist of Google Play, Google Maps, Amazon Alexa, Spotify, YouTube Music, Strave, CZ Smart YouQ, and CItizen Connected.

Illustration of the variant model of the Citizen Smart PQ2(Citizen Watch)
Illustration of the variant model of the Citizen Smart PQ2(Citizen Watch)

CZ Smart PQ 2 is claimed to be compatible with Android or iPhone devices. Other supporting features that complement this smartwatch are NFC, speaker and microphone, notifications for voice calls and messages.


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