Rapidly growing Chinese phone maker – AllCall – are actually expanding their portfolio of products. They indeed just announced the launch of a brand new smartwatch phone – namely called AllCall W1.
AllCall also states that this is the first of a series of gadgets that will be hitting the market in the near future, implying a will of becoming a bigger name in the electronics industry.
Back to the AllCall W1 now with its official specifications. The smartwatch phone is a wearable that combines three devices: a smartphone, a watch and a smartband.
The watch will be available in a classic black color with a stainless steel plated case, carefully polished for a more premium look. The display will be a beautiful 1.39-inch AMOLED produced by Samsung, so we should get good visuals and deep blacks.
Other hardware includes a powerful MediaTek 6580m processor, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage, thus the user experience should be as smooth as it can get. We also find a large 420mAh capacity battery for 3 to 4 days standby times.
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The AllCall W1 is also a good wearable for those who are into sports. Indeed it comes with all the features you can possibly need, such as a professional pedometer sensor and an heart rate sensor to achieve a “multi-dimensional” data monitoring. In addition to that, the watch will also monitor your sleep time and quality.
In the image below you can see the different watch faces the AllCall W1 will come with.
AllCall W1 Specifications
- Display: 1.39-inch AMOLED screen
- CPU: MTK6580 Quad Core 1.0GHz
- System: Android 5.1
- RAM+ROM: 2GB RAM + 16GB ROM
- Bluetooth: 4.0
- SIM type: single Nano SIM
- Functions: GPS, Pedometer, Message, Music, Weather, Notification Reminder, WiFi
The AllCall W1 smartwatch phone will be selling for $109.99, which is a relatively good price given the high-end (for a watch) hardware it packs. You can learn more about it on the official website or order one on Gearbest when available.