A smartwatch that can make phone calls, shoot video, take pictures, check email, browse the Internet, play music, and much more; all independently without the presence of a nearby smartphone.
Neptune Computer Inc., a Canadian corporation that designs, develops and sells wearable computers, today announced the world’s first independent smartwatch: the Neptune Pine.
The upcoming the Neptune Pine takes smartwatch technology to the next level. The watch which will run on Leaf OS, a modified version of Android, will have it’s own micro-SIM. It will allow you to make calls and will even let you connect to a data network. The watch will come with a 2.5 inch display, 1 Ghz single-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor, a 5 megapixel camera, Speakerphone, Microphone, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, GPS and GSM connectivity. Also, the watch is said to come in 8, 16, or 32 GB memory variants. Other features offered by the watch is a Digital compass, Heart Rate Monitor, FM Radio and a full QWERTY keyboard, that has been designed to fit the 2.4-inch display.
The watch is up for pre-order on the company website. 8 GB, 16, and 32 GB versions of the smartwatch are available at CAD $335 (Rs. 17899), CAD $365 (Rs, 19502) and CAD $395 (Rs. 21105) respectively.
Source: Neptune Pine