Tablet maker Smart Q are hoping to be the second Chinese manufacturer to launch an Android smartwatch.
Smart Q are looking to take on start-up Geak in the wearable device market in China. The Smart Q W1 smartwatch will be the first Android based wearable from the company and will likely go on sale before the end of this month.
The W1 comes with a 1.55 inch LG multi-touch display, WIFI, Bluetooth 4.0, and runs Android 4.1. The W1 will also feature a number of sensors to monitor activities and will come with a few basic applications including email client, alarm clock, messenger and phone app.
Pricing has not been announced but judging by the price of similar devices the Smart Q could cost as little as 999 Yuan ($160).