AllCall W1 Officially Launched – Presales up at Gearbest for $89.99

AllCall W1 Officially Launched – Presales up at Gearbest for $89.99

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AllCall’s first ever smartwatch phone finally launches today – it’s the AllCall W1. It’ll be available exclusively over at Gearbest from October 16th till the 23rd; let’s learn more about it!

AllCall W1

AllCall calls the W1 a device where “independence is key”, that’s because the smartwatch is is built like a phone rather than a watch. It does indeed pack a quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and a large 16GB of internal storage. It can also do calls without the need of a smartphone is it comes with a SIM slot, plus it Android 5.1 out of the box.

Externally, the AllCall W1 sports a classic black color with a stainless steel plated case which has been polished to give it a more premium look. The display is a beautiful Samsung 1.39-inch AMOLED for better blacks, saving power and a clear vision outdoors.

AllCall W1

AllCall’s smartwatch has the performance of a low-end smartphone and many useful sports modes. It comes with a built-in professional pedometer IC and an heart rate monitor IC to check your heart rate in real time. These sensors help giving you a more complete view of how you’re doing while working out and could potentially help you improve that. You can learn more about the AllCall W1 on the official website.

AllCall W1

If you’re interested in buying one, the AllCall W1 is currently available over at Gearbest for just $89.99 during presale and for only 1000 units, price will raise to $109.99 afterthat. Head over to Gearbest to purchase one.

AllCall W1

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  • Nice looking smart watch. And good hardware for the price

    • Their YouTube channel has some new videos from today with instead of renderings, some actual footage of the watch.

      The finish looks surprisingly okay for a Chinese watch. Just not sure about the software/support and watchfaces. It does seem to run very smooth tho. So, I guess promising.