A smart wearable that brings full screen calling for convenience in chaotic city life. Yes, that’s what the Orb smartwatch is all about.
Smartwatches are plenty on the market for every kind of user and every age. Depending on the target audience, the wearable can be tailored to appeal to kids, young, and elderly alike. Be it Apple Watch Series 7, Galaxy Watch 4, Fitbit Sense, or Amazfit GTR 3 Pro – there’s a likable package for every lifestyle-conscious person.
Designer: S2Victor Design Studio
Traditionally, a smartwatch is mostly used for staying abreast of real-time notifications, phone calls and keeping a track of health-related vitals such as heartbeat, SPO2 levels or calories burned. While making video calls be a worthy feature, most well-renowned brands don’t provide this luxury. Some of the other run-off-the-mill brands do have this feature, but then, not many mainstream users invest their trust in these offerings.
So, the best logical solution is to have a quality brand bring the full-screen video calling experience to the wearable. This enables the users to pick up and make video calls without taking out their phones, especially when they are in a hassle. Orb is one such concept smartwatch that comes with the most important features like timekeeping, health tracking, real-time notifications, and also video calling. The smart gadget is designed for people of all ages owing to its optimized size. It’s not too big for young users and neither too small for adults.
The contoured watch face can be customized with any number of digital dials, but the inherent dial comes with a monochromatic hour and minutes hands. This is matched with the light grey metal casing, and a translucent watch strap which adds a hint of spice to the minimalistic aesthetics of the smartwatch. The caseback has the Orb branding of the wearable to go with the overall design theme.