No.1 add another circular smartwatch to their portfolio


no1 g3 smartwatch

No.1 have increased their smartwatch line-up by one with a new $57.99 wearable called the No.1 G3.

The last time we saw the G3 it was when No.1 announced that the phone would support custom watch faces designed by the user and uploaded to the watch. The full hardware details are now available though along with the retail price.

The G3 looks a little similar to the latest Samsung wearables, but at $57.99 its cheaper. The lower price means you won’t get Android Wear but the watch does have a round touch display, heart monitor, and even a SIM slot for connecting to 2G networks for voice calls.

Mediatek’s wearable specific MT2502 chipset comes on board, with 350mAh battery and if you want to store music or photos write on your wrist you can even use a 16GB SD card in it.

no1 g3 smartwatch

No.1 have posted the full details of the wearable on their website here, check it out.

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6 Comments

  1. Marco Lancaster
    February 25, 2016

    I’m yet to see the day when Android Wear will come in those Chinese Wearables.
    But Honestly I’m yet to see the real usability of a smartwatch, Xiaomi MiBand is way useful and practical on all its simplicity, those smartwatches that try to act like smartphones are just redundant, why do things in a smartwatch like answer a call, reading notifications, swiping in the small screen, when I can just take my phone out of pocket?

    • Mesterio
      February 26, 2016

      Maybe you don’t want to take your phone out your pocket 🙂

  2. HBK
    February 25, 2016

    Will this work with sim cards in india?
    I think it should but it says “Mobile or china unicom” in the pic.

    Also can any one tell me about the company and its previous products?
    I have no idea about this company. The watch seems good considering the price, the design is a copy of Samsung Gear S2 and thats a good thing. The website says alot. But can anyone tell me about the real world performance of there previous products?

    • helena
      February 27, 2016

      The company was product clone phone, but now product smartwatches and rugged phone, had some good watch before.

  3. trapchan
    February 26, 2016

    flat tire?

  4. Crake
    February 26, 2016

    Anolher chinese without gps…