Pebble Time pre-orders on Best Buy will start by June 22

June 15, 2015

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Now that the Kickstarter supporters have received their Pebble Time (supposedly) by this time, what about the next-to-early adapters who want to have their own new smartwatch? Well, if you're eager to have one, you'd have to wait a little longer. But the good news is that you can pre-order already by June 22 through their exclusive partner is, if you live in the US, that is. If you live somewhere else, then you'd have to wait until the US residents have pre-ordered theirs.

While Pebble can be considered one of the pioneers and one of the most popular smartwatches around, it took a slew of colored Android Wear devices to finally get them to stop being so monochromatic. And just like when they came out with their first wearables, they also began their colored devices through a Kickstarter campaign.

The color e-paper screen was probably the biggest draw as it was still more battery friendly than the other colored wearables in the market. Also, it had an integrated microphone so you could send voice replies and also make voice notes.

Shipments to Kickstarter supporters started by the end of May and now, pre-orders will begin by June 22 through the Best Buy website. The shipments will begin a little after that date. And for those outside the US, you would need to sign up for updates as there are still no details yet when you can pre-order or which countries it will be available in first. There are still no price details, so watch out for news in the next few days.

SOURCE: Pebble

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