CES 2015 has come and gone and, as usual, we are left with an overwhelming amount of new and exciting products to sift through.
Don’t worry though! If you’re interested in all things sapphire-related coming out of the show, we have you covered.
Here are the biggest sapphire related unveilings from CES 2015:
- CES2015: Hands On With Huawei’s Ascend P7 – Android Headlines: While Apple may have failed to incorporate sapphire into its new iPhone, Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei has had no problem incorporating the material. During CES, Huawei showcased a variety of smartphones in its booth, including phones from its Premium “P” series. This included the new, Huawei Ascend P7, which features a 5 inch display and an optional sapphire faceplate.
- Garmin’s fēnix 3 Multisport GPS Watch Keeps Its Active Side Secret – Gizmodo: Garmin’s popular fēnix adventure watch is receiving a facelift this year to make the rugged timepiece look more polished. The third-generation watch is still fully capable with GPS and pre-set modes for various outdoor activities like swimming or skiing, but is now sleeker with a high-contrast color display and a scratch-resistant sapphire face.
- Wellograph, the first sapphire crystal wellness watch, gets a new look, more color choices – AppAdvice: The team that developed the Wellograph wellness watch announced an OS update, new color choices and straps at CES. The Wellograph, which is best known for being the first wellness watch to incorporate sapphire into its display, now offers a new OS which will provide users with features such as sleep tracking and body readiness testing. Along with the new features, the watch is now available in pink gold and white pearl.
- Sony’s Life Space UX makes the smart home look good – Mashable: One of the most buzzworthy terms at CES over the past few years has been the Internet of Things. With beautifully designed devices and appliances, Sony’s Life Space UX gives just a peek at what the smart home of the future will look like. The highlight of the collection is the Symphonic Light, which combines an LED light with a clear glass covering that doubles as a speaker. The LED bulb, which uses sapphire substrates, makes this light not only attractive, but energy-efficient as well. The Symphonic Light streams music from a smartphone or other connected device, and multiple lights can be connected to fill a room with sound.