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Tuesday, June 7, 2011

i’mWatch: First Android OS cellphone watch

We’ve seen plenty of wristwatch mobile phones in the past, but none powered by the infamous Google Android OS, until now. This latest cellphone watch is called i’mWatch, and unlike other cellphone watches on the market, it runs on its own custom version of Android OS.

You can use i’mWatch to connect to your Android, iPhone 4, and future BlackBerry devices via Bluetooth. Unlike other cellphone watches on the market, i’mWatch comes with a set of apps that it can run, so you can easily make and receive calls and text messages, access your email, weather data, and social networking sites.

As for the hardware specs, i’mWatch comes with a 1.54″ TFT display, it’s powered by Freescale ARM9 IMX233 CPU and it has 64 MB of RAM and 4 GB of storage space. In addition, 600mAh battery can provide you with 2 hours or 48 hours of standby that that will likely be more than enough.
As you can see, i’mWatch is a brilliant gadget if you’re a fan of all things wristwatch related, and it is priced at a pretty reasonable €249 (about $360 US) during the promotional period until June 30.
[via Android Central]