Pebble is Teasing Something, Announcement Set for Tomorrow at 7AM Pacific


Pebble has a fancy countdown happening on its website, stating that we are all “in for a treat.” The countdown will end tomorrow morning (5/24) at 7am Pacific (10am Eastern). Below the countdown, folks can register to be notified of what’s happening once it takes place. Given this is Pebble, we expect the company to be announcing some sort of new smartwatch device or maybe a fitness wearable, but this is really the first we are hearing about it. 

The last smartwatch Pebble released was the Pebble Round, which was announced last year in September. The Round was then made available for purchase in November. We have not heard much from the Pebble camp since then, so a new device for 2016 is very possible.

Our only hope is that a new Pebble watch doesn’t have so much bezel.

Do you have any thoughts on what is going to happen? Do you care?

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