AllCall W2 Unveiled: IP68 Waterproof Rating Confirmed

AllCall W2 Unveiled: IP68 Waterproof Rating Confirmed

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AllCall W2

As we were expecting since last month’s first announcement, the AllCall W2 was finally unveiled today. The smartwatch is now listed on the website so we know pretty much every spec, including the most interesting one: the IP68 waterproof rating. Let’s check out the full specs below.

AllCall W2 Specifications

  • IP68 waterproof
  • Message synchronization
  • CPU: Quad-Core
  • 3G watch phone
  • Wifi support
  • 1.39 inch Super AMOLED, 400*400HD,85% screen-to-body
  • Built-in GPS
  • Android 7.0 system
  • Battery capacity: 460mAh
  • Multiple sport modes
  • 2GB+16GB large memory
  • Camera: 2.0MP

So, according to the spec sheet above, it’s been confirmed that the AllCall W2 is IP68 rated, thus it’s both waterproof and dustproof. Coming with the highest protection level means that you’ll be able to enjoy your swimming or shower time with watch on your wrist, gone are the days when you had to worry about taking off your smartwatch, same goes for when it rains or you sweat during workouts.

As far as design and materials go, the watch sports a very simple design and stainless steel all mental body and rubber straps which make it quite scratch resistant, tough and sweat-proof, which is great if you wanted to use the W2 for sport.

AllCall W2

Besides, the AllCall W2 has been specifically improved in the sports area over the W1, it does indeed pack a heart rate monitor, pedometer, calorie calculator and 9 different sports modes; it can be used as your professional exercise assistant. Under the hood, the W2 is equipped with a quad-core MTK6580 processor and 2GB of RAM which should provide a more fluent and smooth usier experience. What’s surprising though, is that the watch also packs a 2MP HD camera, so you’ll be able to snacp photos anywhere you are. In terms of battery life, the AllCall W2 comes with a 460mAh battery, which is more than what we had on the original W1.

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You can learn more about the AllCall W2 on the company’s official website.

 

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