AllCall has just released some interesting real photos of their first ever smartwatch – the AllCall W1. In the photos below we’ll be able to admire the classic looking stainless steel watchcase, which makes it a good smartwatch for business people or those who just prefer not having a flashy cheap looking plastic device.
The AllCall W1 has a diameter of 47mm and a thickness of 14mm, this means it’ll be quite robust and hard to miss, a good thing if you want to impress some people. In addition to the classy looks, the smartwatch is also packed with some rather interesting hardware.
The watch does indeed run Android OS and supports 3G connectivity as well as voice calls. under the hood we find a whopping (for a watch) 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. There’s also message synchronization, so you can get notifications from your smartphones if paired up.
The W1 is basically a smartphone, a watch and a sport band because of its smart features. It can indeed accurately record the relevant data through the real-time monitoring of human body, with a human motion built-in chip which greatly improves the test accuracy of the heart rate. Knowing all this info could potentially help you workout in a smarter and healthier way.
A key factor in a smartwatch purchase is, of course, its autonomy. The AllCall W1 uses a built-in polymer battery which paired with a mechanical surface core and energy consumption optimization will bring up to 4 days of battery life.
AllCall say that the W1 aims to be a micro-smartphone and a sports companion, using a new generation PPG optical heart rate sensor. The smartwatch will also be highly customizable with various dial designs to suit your different needs.
If you’re interested in buying one, the AllCall W1 is currently available over at Gearbest for just $89.99 during presale from October 16th to the 22nd and for only 1000 units. Price will raise to $109.99 after that.