Almost four years after , Pokémon Sleep, a mobile game that tracks your sleep, is finally on the way. According to yesterday’s , it’ll arrive sometime this summer, after it was meant to debut in 2020. It features Snorlax (of course) and Professor Neroli, a Pokémon sleep researcher. The idea is you leave your phone next to you when you go to bed, and it analyzes your sleep… somehow.
There’s also Pokémon Go Plus +, a new physical device that connects to both Pokémon Sleep and Pokémon Go. For the former, you press the button when you go to bed and again when you wake up to track your sleep data, presumably instead of needing your phone. Pokémon Go Plus + (yes, that’s its name) follows the peripheral, which emerged in 2016. It will be available on July 14th and .
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The experimental project may hint at future phone designs.
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Including better organizational tools and tap-to-pay animations.
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