CES 2023: Citizen’s newest smartwatch puts part of NASA on your wrist

Citizen’s latest smartwatches feature an app that uses alertness and fatigue research drawn from NASA and AI models built by IBM Watson Studio to help you better understand how your body works every day. The app is called YouQ, and it doesn’t just look at your results, it looks too forward.

By tracking your sleep and through customized gamified tests, the YouQ app will perform daily “Power Fixes”, which are recommended actions designed to improve alertness and reduce fatigue. The more you use the YouQ app and its actions, the more effectively the app can make recommendations about your daily ideal health activities. There are two new second-generation smartwatch models from Citizen, the CZ Smart Sport and the CZ Smart Casual, and the names give away the basic style of each.

Citizen CZ Smart Casual (left) and CZ Smart Sport (right) Image used with permission of the copyright holder

The CZ Smart Casual features a 41mm stainless steel case and a choice of silver, gold, or black metal straps, a rose gold mesh bracelet, a leather strap, or a silicone sports strap. The 1.28-inch AMOLED screen has a resolution of 416 x 416 pixels, there is a Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 4100+ processor, 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of storage space. In addition, the smart watch has a speaker and microphone, NFC and fast charging. The battery is expected to last all day and recharge in 40 minutes.

It’s the same basic spec as the CZ Smart Sport, but has a larger 44mm case in silver, black, or a combination of silver/black, silver/blue, or gold/black. There’s a bold bezel around the 1.28-inch display, and the choice of bands is also different, with a perforated leather version paired with a black and silver metal band and a pair of silicone bands. Both models use a heart rate sensor with Sp02 measurement.

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Citizen CZ Smart Casual with mesh bracelets.Image used with permission of the copyright holder

What about the software? It’s Google’s WearOS 3, making it the latest version available and pitting the new smartwatch against the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5, Galaxy Watch 5 Pro, and Google Pixel Watch. The base CZ Smart Casual smartwatch costs $350, while the base CZ Smart Sport costs $375; depending on the color and strap combination you choose, the price can go up to $435. Both smartwatches will be available in the US from March 2023 and are now up for pre-order.

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