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I've pledged for developers edition, this looks fantastic, tethered or standalone.

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...dalone-smartwa

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Dual Core Cortex A7 – 1.3GHz
Omate UI 1.0 / Android 4.2.2
1.54’’ TFT by LG display (240 x 240) 238 PPI
Multi-touch Capacitive Touch Screen
Connectivity capabilities:
+ 2G GSM: GPRS class 12 EDGE Multi-Slot Class 12
+ 3G WCDMA: HSPA 7.2Mbps/5.76Mbps
+ WiFi: IEEE 802.11b/g/n
+ Bluetooth 4.0
GPS
Embedded 5Mpixel camera
Audio Speaker & Microphone
Memory: 512MB + 4GB + (expandable by microSD 8/16/32GB) 1GB ram as extra $20 upgrade
Micro SIM card
600 mAh battery: up to 100 hours standby time
Messaging Hub: SMS/MMS/Email/SNS
G-sensor, E-Compass, Gyroscope, IP67
Vibration alert
Full set of pre-qualified Android applications, Playstore soon i hope!
Over-the-Air (OTA) system firmware update

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I've pledged for developers edition, this looks fantastic, tethered or standalone.

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...dalone-smartwa
It looks awesome! The only thing I see that I don't like is the battery. "Up to 100 hours standby time" is only 4 days without any use at all... so more than likely, it'll be a "charge every day" appliance, again.
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It looks awesome! The only thing I see that I don't like is the battery. "Up to 100 hours standby time" is only 4 days without any use at all... so more than likely, it'll be a "charge every day" appliance, again.
Yeah the jury is still out on that one, good thing is they're taking suggestions on for final design. I drive a van all day so handsfree answering etc is great and when I'm delivering shopping to the 17th floor it's great to have a phone with me. Only time will tell but funding is going great.

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Looks promising. Someone sbould compare it to the Neptune pine. I am convinced that I want a standalone smartwatch not one tethered
 
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Looks promising. Someone sbould compare it to the Neptune pine. I am convinced that I want a standalone smartwatch not one tethered
I'll add both to my smartwatch comparison website when they officially release, with all the specs and stuff.
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My thing is they are evading any question about the thickness, which means it will probably be THICK. Their videos seem to confirm that.
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This looks very promising. Videos of physical units is great, I believe they are good on their promise. At $200, sure, I've backed a developers unit. I'll report back in October =P
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Looks promising. Someone sbould compare it to the Neptune pine. I am convinced that I want a standalone smartwatch not one tethered
I think IP67 certification is main difference and jellybean over ICS. But Neptune 's got an extra 1inch on screen size.

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I have pledged to developer Edition too and hope that are the preloaded apps from the basic edition are available for the development edition over the website or omate appshop.

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More info in first post would be useful.
Like my thread here:
http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/...0-kickstarter/

You can copy mine if you want.
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