AllCall have confirmed the release of the AllCall W1 smartwatch

AllCall W1

Since the dawn of time or rather since the first arrival of the smartwatch models existed the big question about it. Should it be just a notification monster tied to the connected smartphone or should the watches be independent devices capable of existing fully outside the direct smartphone control ? Different manufacturers have different ideas and now even the AllCall newcomer company Ā will be contributing to the discussion with new smartwatch model.

Their freshly confirmed AllCall W1 smartwatch model is definitely going the “independence is key” route, because it’s built rather like a phone than a watch. At least the hardware inside looks like it, because it’s going to be sporting the MT6580 processor, 2 GB RAM and 16 GB of internal storage. That means still only 3G data available, but who would the 4G in just a smartwatch, right ?

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Rest of the specs include 1.39-inch circular AMOLED display, Bluetooth 4.0, single nano SIM card slot and Android 5.1 as the OS. From the pictures it looks like pretty conservative tradional watch design and metal build all the way. And if im seeing correctly there is also a heart rate monitor sensor in the back.

First ever smartwatch model from the AllCall company the AllCall W1 will be launched exclusively on Gearbest pretty soon and there is already a product page to be found. We shall if the price will stay the same, because currently it’s listed at fairly optimistic $122.93. We will of course keep you informed.

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  1. Adrian
    October 6, 2017

    Support 3g independent calling?

  2. Adrian
    October 6, 2017

    Support 3g independent calling?