Omate Truesmart Android watch passes through the FCC

The Omate Truesmart Android watch, which was created by a Shenzhen based start-up, has just passed through the FCC.

The Omate, dubbed the worlds first true smartwatch with Android OS and similar capabilities to most Android phones, was originally meant to ship to backers late last year, but the launch had to be pushed back a little.

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Those of us who helped fund the Kickstarter project will be happy to learn that the Omate has passed through the FCC meaning that the device will soon start shipping.

The Omate packs a 1.5-inch 240 x 240 display, 1.3Ghz Mediatek processor, 1GB RAM and 8 GB of storage, plus space for a SIM cards and even SD card.

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  1. Alex
    January 27, 2014

    LOL, whoever dubbed this “the first true smartwatch” obviously is unaware of the “Neptune Pine” smart watch. Since I’m using Boost Mobile, it’s not an option for me. REALLY LIKE THE DESIGN OF THE PINE THOUGH =) Almost perfect in my opinion… Excellent capabilities & features.

    Funny thing is I haven’t noticed this site do an article on the Neptune Pine, “yet”… I’m sure they’re aware of its existence… Makes you wonder right?

    • Igor Mishin
      January 27, 2014

      The Pine was created after Omate

      • Alex
        January 27, 2014 mate=SEARCH&sbk=1

        These Android watch phones have been on the market for several years now. Also if the Omate listed on fleabay is the same one mentioned in this article, then someone is fibbing. They are listing it as only having 512MB’s of RAM. The Pine has been in R&D for years, before it actually was brought to market. Non Android based cell phone watches from China have been sold on fleabay for even longer…. What’s your point… For the money being asked on the bay for the Omate, seems a bit high. The “Rock” 2″ Android smart watch can be bought for under $200 and has all the same features. If I’m going to spend $300-400 on an Android based watch phone with all the bells and whistles, the Neptune Pine would hands down be my first choice…. Go over the spec’s on it if you have the time to spare, it’s pretty nice…