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Published: 15 January 2014

The Qualcomm Toq Smartwatch, model ToqSW1, not only functions as a normal watch but can receive notifications and applet content with limited replays when paired to a smartphone via a Bluetooth connection. Time/date and all notifications are displayed on a 1.55-in. Qualcomm Mirasol IMOD (interferometric modulation) display with frontlight illumination for extra readability in darker environments. A Qualcomm touchscreen, driven by a Cypress Technologies controller, allows you to navigate easily through various screens, while Semtech’s Tap/Touch sensor controller activates the frontlight as well as the home page and lock functions. Other features include vibrational alerts, airplane mode, and future stereo Bluetooth audio. The Toq Smartwatch is powered by a 3.7 V, 240 mAh Li-ion that supplies up to 72 hours of use time. It’s recharged via Qualcomm’s WiPower LE wireless inductive charger, which can also be used for charging wireless headsets.

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