We’ve seen plenty of wristwatch mobile phones in the past, but none powered by the infamous Google Android OS, until now. This latest cellphone watch is called i’mWatch, and unlike other cellphone watches on the market, it runs on its own custom version of Android OS.
Two things are getting highly popular nowadays: phones that have two SIM cards and wristwatch mobile phones (there’s one here, here and here!). With two SIM cards in one phone you can easily switch between your phone numbers and contacts and it’s a lot simpler, easier and cheaper than having two separate phones with one card for each of them. As for the wristwatch phones, they are perfect if you are the type of person who often forgets to bring their phone with them. But what do you get when you combine dual SIM card feature and wristwatch phone?
LG debuted their luxurious wrist watch phone GD910 nearly two years ago, during that time it was one of a kind which put them ahead of the game. However times have since changed and LG’s rather expensive watch phone has been in need of an update. Pictured below is what could be the answer to LG’s new watch phone. Leaked recently at the LG Digital Experience in Brazil, the new watch phone looks to have had some minor changes to its design and a new logo placement, there are however no pictures of its UI at this moment.
We don’t know what it could be called right now, its likely that it won’t be known as the GD910, but we’ll put it under that label for now. Continue reading »
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Aerotel GeoSKeeper is an innovative gadget which combines a cell phone, GPS with a built in Distress Alarm and can be worn on your wrist, designed by a Finnish firm namely, EcoTec. Although this wrist watch like cell phone cum navigation system sounds very complex, the designers have made sure that the whole system remains portable.
If you guys remember the LG GD910 wrist watch mobile, you will be able to recall how much functionality LG managed to pack into that slim and elegantly designed watch phone. But there was one problem with the GD910, it was quite pricey.
At the CES, the new W Phonewatch from Kempler & Strauss combines a touchscreen interface with basic phone functionality. Its got a nice sporty look to it which means its design will fit those of you who enjoy cycling, running, hiking, etc.