Alcatel OneTouch Watch pre-sales now open for $149.99


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Alcatel today announced that their OneTouch Watch — which was revealed at CES 2015 — is now available for pre-order directly from their website for $149.99. The OneTouch Watch isn’t an Android Wear watch, though that’s due to the fact that they wanted it to be compatible with both iOS and Android. It runs OneTouch’s proprietary operating system which they claim will deliver better battery life and a smoother user experience.

Whether those promises will hold up remain to be seen, though the company is bold enough to advertise that the watch’s 210mAh battery can last anywhere between 2 and 5 days depending on usage. Other specs include a

  • Thickness of watch face: 10.5 mm
  • Diameter of watch face: 41.8 mm
  • Thickness of wristband: 3.5 mm
  • Width of wristband: 20 mm
  • USB 2.0 charging port that charges in one hour and exists on the wrist strap instead of the watch itself
  • Bluetooth 4.0 LE
  • 1.22-inch 240 x 204 circular display
  • accelerometer and gyroscope
  • NFC
  • heart rate sensor
  • Compatible with Android 4.3 or iOS 7 and higher

Want one? Be sure to head right here and place your order. They ship with a sporty black wrist band as standard, though OneTouch tells us they’ll have more options available as 2015 rolls on. No word on when these are expected to ship just yet but we’re hopefully you’ll be able to get one before indulging in some Spring and

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  1. OneTouch is a blood glucose monitor company. I’m surprised that this name isn’t being challenged.

    I thought this was something that was promised to me 30 years ago, a glucose monitor on a watch.

    1. Could it be because they’re in a different market?

      *Still wondering how LG was able to use the G2 name*

  2. just watched a few videos from CES on this. Looks pretty good and quick. I’d be interested in test driving one at BB when its released. Hopefully they throw one up on display like the 360 and Sammy ones.

  3. Really interested in seeing a review of this one. Looks nice, charging is pretty ingenious for USB.

  4. How’s the waterproofing?

    1. That was “conveniently” left out.

      1. Per the website it is “IP67 Waterproof & Dustproof”

  5. How about someone just give me that watch face?

  6. “…watch’s 210mAh battery can last anywhere between 2 and 5 days depending on usage” YEAH OKAY. My 360 also can last 4 days if I don’t use it at all.

  7. Isn’t Android Wear already working on iOS? And apparently Google is working on even more iOS implementation. Seems like a bad move on Alcatel’s part, especially with the amount of custom watchfaces available for Android Wear watches.

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