Omate Rise Smartwatch Boasts 3G Support And Runs On Android 5.1

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The corporate’s smartwatch comes at a discount $ 200 and is predicted to ship in March 2016.
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If its identify does not hit you instantly, don’t be concerned — its specs will.

The Omate Rise smartwatch boasts the Android 5.1 Lollipop working system and 3G help with a micro SIM card slot for $ 200. It should reportedly launch on Indiegogo on Dec. 7, with shipments set for March of subsequent yr.

The Rise permits customers to trace health and obtain textual content messages, emails and social media notifications with out having to be synced together with your smartphone or be related to Wi-Fi. As a result of it runs Android 5.1, it could load any normal Android app.

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The smartwatch is powered by a MediaTek MT2601 dual-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7 chip, 512 MB of RAM and 4 GB of internal storage, all churning out the power to hold out duties by way of its 1.3-inch, 360 by 360 LCD screen. Different specs discovered within the watch embrace an accelerometer, GPS radio, gyroscope and Bluetooth 4.1 functionality with low power. The corporate says its 580 mAh battery will give customers two days of juice underneath regular utilization.

“We’re so excited to unveil the Omate Rise because the flagship product of our 2016 Wearable Tech Platform. We’re delighted to group up with Indiegogo for this World’s First 48-hour crowdfunding marketing campaign,” Laurent Le Pen, founder and CEO of Omate, stated in an organization launch concerning the Rise. “It is a rendezvous with our group of customers product of pioneers and innovators who share the identical imaginative and prescient as Omate.”

Based on Slash Gear, the primary 500 backers will land the watch for $ 199, whereas the second 500 pledgers will put the timepiece on their wrists for $ 209, with the remaining needing to place up $ 219 to snag the watch.

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