5 Things You Didn’t Know About Watch Phones
Watch phones are the new invention in the era of smart phones. A smart watch is a wristwatch that does more than just keeping time. It is comparable to a personal assistant but in this case is a digital personal assistant device. Basically, it is a smart phone merged with a wrist watch and thus it gets its name – wrist phone. It’s new in the market and people are quite inquisitive about the features and advantages over a normal wrist watch. As an answer to all your queries, here are five things that you didn’t know about the latest invention of a watch phone.
Watch phones generally do come with Android: noise brio smart watch
Watch phones generally come with Android while some of the cheaper ones may not. It all depends on the price range and the company you wish to get it from. Many watch phones with Android come in Android 4.0 today.
All watch phones have great apps:
Almost every watch phone can perform the basic functions of calculations, translations and game playing. It is a very good option for gaming addicts as a watch phone will always be there on your wrist to satisfy your gaming hunger. The sound quality is truly impressive for many of these phones, considering its a watch.
It’s a phone:
Many smart watches run mobile apps, with some running a mobile operating system functioning portable media player. Many offer a FM radio as well. Audio and video files can also be transferred via a Bluetooth headset. Making or answering phone calls is easy. This means that one can be hands free.
Even Apple is rumored to come out with its new watch phone. These phones can include features like camera, accelerometer, thermometer, altimeter, barometer, compass, calculator, GPS navigation, speaker and scheduler, much like a normal phone. Nearly all of these phones come with spunky multicolored straps to give it a modern look and make it the latest style quotient for people.
It is actually not that new a thing:
The first digital watch, Pulsar was launched in 1972 and it was manufactured by the Hamilton Watch Company which could store 24 digits, making it the first watch with user-programmable memory. Pulsar incidentally is the brand which was much later acquired by Seiko; the leading watch manufacturer today. Afterwards, Casio began to market a rather successful range of “computer watches” in addition to its “calculator watches”. Novelty “game watches” such as the Nelson game watches, were also produced by Casio and other companies. Today, while watch phones have gained popularity only recently, the concept of digitalized watches that do more than telling just the time has been prevalent since the early 1970’s.