But technological sunnies aren’t going to be cheap, and that’s where the whole wristwatch space comes in: a screen wrapped around your wrist that can connect to your phone will almost always be less expensive to produce, making it easier for people to buy.
Already, we’ve seen one such device come out in America.
Pebble’s smartwatch took the crowd-sourcing site Kickstarter by storm, raising over $10 million and showing the world just how useful a smartwatch could possibly be.
At the moment, most of the smartphone fight comes from Apple and Samsung, with many saying that the amount of devices sold from both companies essentially means the two share a duopoly when it comes to smartphone sales.
With that in mind, if Apple is working on a smart watch, you can bet that Samsung is working on one, too.
We’ll know for sure in a few weeks just what Samsung plans to announce, but get your wrists ready, because if it’s what we think it is, you’ll want to go back to wearing a watch if you stopped, and you’ll be itching for an upgrade if you still love your digital wrist-worn friend.