No, it is not Samsung's recent Galaxy Watch 3 (which we also reviewed), and neither will the Apple Watch Series 6 be the first smartwatch with a display without frames, flush with the body: it will be called Rollme Hero Pro, and at what apparently it will not only boast this record.
In fact, it seems that he will be the one to launch the latest top processor developed by Qualcomm for wearable devices, the Snapdragon Wear 4100+ presented at the end of June. The new platform is capable of guaranteeing an 85% increase in CPU and memory performance, a 2.5x faster GPU, and an improved battery life of over 25% – one of the most important rumors when it comes to talking. of wrist devices.
If there is a Pro version, it obviously means that there is also a base: but as far as we can understand, while maintaining the same fullscreen aesthetic, the difference between the two will lie precisely in the processor, with the exclusive Snapdragon Wear 4100+ of the Pro model.
In the background of the promotional poster you can guess the heroic figure of Leonidas (the king who led the famous 300 to Thermopylae), but the design is basically more minimal than Spartan, with the dial completely dominated by the circular bezel-less display.
At the moment there are no further details on Rollme Hero and Hero Pro, but considering that the company on the site has already opened an entire section dedicated to the products of this line, it is likely that we will soon know more.
Top range with infinite battery and super display? Asus ROG Phone 2, on offer today from ASUS eShop at 699 euros or from Unieuro at 749 euros.