I’mWatch – Android Smart Wrist Watch Specs and Price Details
Android wristwatch may become the next trending fashion, and now we have the I’mWatch, a new device designed in Italy by the Blue Sky group is already shown on their website and will go on sale, they say, in the month of November, but only online.
The difference is that you can connect to the phone via Bluetooth to synchronize with all types of notifications and messaging services or social networks. Its creators say it is compatible with all mobile operating systems Android, IOS, Blackberry and Windows Phone. In fact, the connection to the phone should be universal.
The connection is Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR, a somewhat standard for a new devices. To continue, I’mWatch runs on Android 1.6.
It is likely that the clock hardware specifications (CPU IMX at 233Mhz with 64MB RAM and 4GB of storage) are not sufficient to install Android 2.1, but version 1.6 is already quite depleted and will face problems related to compatibility.
Also, the I’mWatch incorporates a touch screen (does not specify whether resistive or capacitive. We hope the latter) 1.54-inch diagonal, 240 x 240 pixels. Physical controls are limited to on / unlock and volume. As the battery is a 350mAh rendering, according to its creators, up to 30 hours with active Bluetooth connection. These 30 hours by recharging for only 3.5 hours thus, we assume that it will require recharge every day, like the mobile.
I’mWatch be available in several colors at a price no affordable (taking into account their characteristics) of 249 euros. It also marketed jewel-like deluxe versions with materials ranging from titanium to white gold with diamonds priced at up to 15,000 euros which is not worth I say.