Many of you know I am obsessed with smartwatches. Actually, I am obsessed with the idea of a smartwatch, but I haven’t found one that is made right. Smartwatches always seem to have some kind of downside – could the Omate TrueSmart break this trend?
We stopped by the Omate booth at CES 2014 and got some good time with the CEO. He gave us an overview of the device and its features. Check it out:
I suppose what I like the most is that this is a full Android device. It is not smartphone-dependent and you can just stick a SIM card in it to use it as your phone. In addition, the user can also connect it to any smartwatch and get all the features the TrueSmart offers.
Omate TrueSmart specs
- 1.3 GHz dual-core Cortex A7 processor
- Android 4.2.2
- 1.54-inch TFT display (240 x 240)
- Multi-touch Capacitive Touch Screen
- 2G/3G/WiFi/bluetooth 4.0/GPS
- 5 MP camera
- Speaker & microphone
- 512MB + 4GB of internal storage (expandable by microSD 8/16/32GB)
- Micro SIM card slot
- 600 mAh battery (up to 100 hours standby)
The TrueSmart will be released later this year. You can already pre-order it for as low as $250 from the Omate site. Check out the video and stay tuned for more in the future! We plan to review this bad boy.
What do you think? Is the Omate TrueSmart the smartwatch for you?
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