AllCall’s latest W1 smartwatch with 3G connectivity has been launched around a month ago and it’s been selling like hot cakes since. Well, apparently now the company is also working on some ways to make it even more appealing by adding some new features via software. Let’s see what we might be getting on the watch.
So, according to the info we can find on AllCall’s site, the company is working on bringing a new software on the watch, at the moment it’s hard to tell if it’ll be a total change or some smaller upgrades. What we know though, is that we’ll have improved tracking for sport activities. The Allcall W1 will now have a Pedometer IC and heart rate detection IC, so that it can provide your sports data and real-time monitor your heart rate. With the update the watch won’t just track your steps, but it’ll also use the built-in altimeter to give a better overall idea of your achievements afterwards.
The AllCall W1 will then be able to track various indoor and outdoor physical training programs for you, from popular programs such as running, cycling and swimming to high-intensity interval training. You can easily switch from one item to the next when you continuously perform physical training on different items and view the complete summary at the end.
With the update, AllCall’s W1 might become the first real sport smartwatch with 3G connectivity. Were you guys waiting for that? You can learn more about it over on the official website.