I'm pretty much right with you on that. I didn't back the SE's though, because I just picked the 2 up in December and it really bother's me that there'd be this quick of a turnaround on a new version release. AND.. I simply can't afford to purchase a new one. I made a post in Development asking about Androidwear coming to the 2 and a timeline.GordonHannan wrote: I'm still hopeful it'll come to the Ticwatch 2. I did back the new watches, but would like my Ticwatch 2 to run the same OS as my new one. Having a spare sounds like is a good idea to me.
That bothers me too.victimssun wrote: it really bother's me that there'd be this quick of a turnaround on a new version release. AND.. I simply can't afford to purchase a new one.
Usually I wouldn't be able to afford another watch either, especially this soon after.
The main reason I am able to is that I saved up ~ $300 for a smartwatch, which seems to be the market rate for something like the Samsung Gear S3. I then got a "deal" on GDGT which was time-limited ... surprise, it's still available here but only for 5 days! That price, combined with an additional 10% off and a PayPal offer brought the price down substantially.
I'm suspecting that these sales are GDGT and other deal sites were/are around to fund the R&D (maybe of AW 2 on TW2 as well?) or production of the S&E series.
It is international version, and will only be globally available. You can choose China as your shipping country when pledge the watch.Nik wrote:How soon is soon?
I am currently based in China, is the same Kickstarter deal available in China?
The waterproof grade is IP 67, it is not suggested to swim wearing the watch.samshum wrote:May I know did the Ticwatch S can support swimming or not?
I want buy one for swimming