Now that the tech industry is abuzz with it, many more companies are jumping on the wearable computing bandwagon. For one, Cherry Mobile has launched its first wearable device—the G1 Watch Phone—just in time for 2014.
Cherry Mobile G1 Watch Phone Specs
- 1.44-inch TFT LCD touchscreen, with slider key and directional pad
- microSD support up to 8GB
- VGA camera
- GPRS Class 12
- Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR
The Cherry Mobile G1 Watch Phone also comes with dual-SIM capability with dual standby. From the looks of it, the device is essentially a feature phone, meaning it uses a non-Android operating system that can support multimedia messaging service (MMS).
Among the bundled software are an FM radio, music player, and video player. Transferring multimedia files from the PC into the microSD card is possible via USB mass storage functionality. Every G1 Watch Phone unit also comes with a free Bluetooth headset.
Before you go complaining about the specs, note that this is a low-end device now selling for Php1,699. Obviously, it can’t measure up to the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch. But if you’ve tried the device firsthand, let us know what you think of it in the comments below!
[Source: Cherry Mobile]