- Size (LWH): 7.87 inches, 7.87 inches, 3.94 inches
Luxsure® Smartwatch DZ09 Bluetooth Smart Watch Wrist Wrap Watch Phone Micro SIM Card with Camera Touch Screen for Samsung Galaxy S4/S5/S6, HTC and iPhone 5, iPhone 6/6 PLUS Smartphones(Black)
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- HD display: High sensitive capacitive touch screen;perfect match technology
- The lost function: Seek mobile phone,Tow-way anti lost;Entertainment: MP3,MP4,Camera;Sync function: QQ,wechat,Twitter,Facebook;time,schedule,read message or news;Sport health: Pedometer,sedentary remind,sleep monitoring
- Phone function: Make phone call directly from the smart watch,including answering and dial-up.SIM slot,support make calls by Bluetooth or smart watch
- GSM850/900/1800/1900 four frequency call function call, hands-free, phone records, phone book, Bluetooth phone
- This watch can also work with iPhone as a Bluetooth device(Means you can receive a call or make a call also sync your contacts to this watch via bluetooth).But Some functions like Notification Push,Remote capture,Anti-lost are currently unavailable on iOS because the iOS app is unavailable now
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This watch has two working mode
One is company mode (Bluetooth) , the other one is Network mode (Sim Card inserted) .It enable to make call or receive call and send or get message via the sim card you inserted which means at this time this watch works as a real cellphone,you can hang out without your cellphone
Applicable to the crowd: all
Commodity type: smart Watch
Operating system: MTK
Camera: 2.0M pixel
Product weight: 75 (g)
Package weight: 235 G
Appearance size: 43.5x40x9.8mm
Package size: 100x100x75mm
CPU: MTK6260A 533MHz
Memory: 128M+64M maximum support 32GB TF Card
Battery: 380mAh maximum capacity polymer battery
Touch screen: OGS capacitive touch screen
Display: 1.56 inch TFT Ultra HD LCD resolution: 240x240 pixel
SMS: local SMS; SMS Bluetooth synchronization push
Entertainment: MP3/MP4B local player, Bluetooth music player
Call reminder: ringing and vibration alert
Clock display: 3 sets of clock display, free switching
Two way anti throw: anti throw reminder, two-way search
Pedometer: Sports pedometer, exercise mileage
Calendar: the synchronization schedule
Note:This watch is perfect on Andriod smartphones,it can also work with iPhone as a Bluetooth device,but some functions like Notification Push,Remote capture,Anti-lost are currently unavailable on Apple iphone
Package Included: 1 x Smart watch phone
1 x USB cable
1 x User manual
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The total length of the watch (excluding the buckle) is 24.9cm and the strap measures 21mm wide.
There are 8 buckle pin holes spaced 3.3mm apart edge to edge. The first hole is located 27.5mm in from the end of the strap.
My wrist measures 21.5cm in diameter and the first pin hole is a suitable fit for the upper part of my wrist or the second for a comfortable fit closer to my hand.
The main watch measures 56mm x 38.7mm x 12.8m and the display measures 27.5mm x 27.5mm.
The battery in the watch is as follows
Charging voltage 4.7V
This battery is user replaceable, however a brief search has only found bulk quantities of the battery available and not individual batteries.
380mAh may not seem like much, but I started writing this rather epic review at around 9am this morning. It is now 5.45pm and the battery indicates that it is still in the region of 75% charged. The screen has been on frequently, rebooted often, audio and videos played, pictures and video taken and even a few calls made. Based on this I would say that it should last 2-3 days between charges under heavy use… pretty impressive.
Testing with a Drok multimeter on a USB A 2.0 port indicated readings of 4.94v, 2.173w, 0.44A with 4mAh being charged in 28seconds.
Some features of the watch come up with an error message stating “Requires BT notifier App to be installed on your phone.” The manual states to scan the QR code to download the App… ok what QR code?
I have checked every inch of the manual twice over, the inside and outside of the packaging as well as all the other contents and even the plastic wrapper that the watch came in and there is not a QR code to be found anywhere.
So I started looking on the play store and first downloaded Zulixsoft Bluetooth Notifier which did nothing. I then downloaded the second BT Notifier on my search list (it was in Chinese so I can’t advise on the author) and subsequently spent nearly 30 minutes uninstalling the app and undoing the changes it made to my phone, quite honestly it made a total mess and left me rather angry.
I then did some Google searches and managed to find the App that is supposed to be used. Unfortunately, it is not on the Play store and the information was found on the Android central forums. Due to the App not being on the play store and the fun that I just had with an App that is on the Play store there is no way I am going to play with the App that is required for these features. As such this review while extensive is not 100% complete.
Boot time = 8 seconds and 18 seconds till connected with a phone previously paired.
Shutdown time = 7 seconds.
When switched on pressing the power button once brings up the clock, after 10 seconds the screen dims and after 15 seconds screen goes off. Pressing the power button again while the clock is displayed turns the screen off. Tapping the screen when the clock is displayed will filter through the three different styles of clock display available. The style selected will remain in memory even between switching off and if the battery dies.
While the clock is displayed swiping the touch screen left, right or up will take you to the main page / screen.
The main page is similar to that of android phones. At the top of the screen you will see the battery charge level and notifications. Below the notifications the current mode is displayed with the default being “company mode” (Company mode is when the watch is paired with a phone via Bluetooth and if a sim card is installed in the watch it will display “network mode”). Beneath this you then have a digital clock and then the date in the following format
Year – Month – Day – (the actual day displayed Monday to Sunday in full)
Beneath this you then have the telephone and address book buttons and finally “Menu” and “Tools” buttons in the bottom corners. Pressing tools will take you to the tools page (actually just shortcuts not tools) and pressing menu will take you to the list of built in Apps installed.
Swiping down on this screen from the top will allow you to access the notifications as you can with android phones. There is also a separate tab on the drop down notification page, allowing for quick access to turn Bluetooth off, mute the volume, turn airplane mode on and adjust the brightness of the screen (3 levels of brightness available).
On this screen there is a small section where input numbers are displayed and blow this is a keyboard with the following buttons
1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8 9
* 0 #
Below the keyboard is a shortcut to the address book, a call / end call button and back button. The back button will delete numbers entered into the keypad, however upon deleting the final number on the display, it also takes you back to the main page, which is a minor annoyance.
This function can be either used with a sim card installed in the watch or with a phone connected via Bluetooth. (It’s integrated with the BT dialler).
The address book is fully featured allowing you to add and remove contacts, call contacts and manage groups.
One rather large… or small point is the full sized keyboard for entering and editing contacts is tiny with the buttons measuring a mere 2mm square. Now I’m a large chap at 6’1” with a 44” chest and equally as large hands and fingers. While I am able to operate the telephone keypad feature without error or frustration the full keyboard in the contacts section (and other sections) is simply too small for me to use accurately.
I can easily locate and call someone from within my contacts list, however for adding or amending contacts this is something I would have to use my phone for.
On the tools page there are four options that appear as bubbles, simply swipe left or right to highlight the one you would like and then tap it to select. The options available are as follows
#ADD FAVOURITE CONTACT
For me this just comes up saying no contact available when pressed.
#ADD ALARM – There is space for 5 separate alarms to be held in memory. From here it is possible to add and delete alarms, turn the alarm on or off, set the time, set the date(s) and frequency of the alarm and whether the alarm is audible, vibrate or both.
#FM RADIO – This acts as a widget allowing for easy access and use of the FM radio, this is something I will cover later on.
#AUDIO PLAYER – Again, this just acts as an audio player widget.
Quite honestly, these aren’t exactly what I would call “tools”, they are more like quick access features.
At the bottom of the screen there are “Menu” and “Back” buttons in the bottom corners. Pressing back will take you to the main page and pressing menu will take you to the list of built in Apps.
To access the list of built in Apps simply press the Menu button or swipe left or right on the main page.
At the bottom of each of the Apps pages there are two buttons “Options” and “Back”. Back will take you to the main page and the options screen gives you the ability to rearrange the order of the Apps.
Tapping the power button when on the Apps pages you will be taken back to the main page / screen.
APPS PAGE ONE.
Requires BT notifier App to be installed on your phone.
The options available to view are missed calls, dialled numbers, received calls and all calls.
Phone settings - Set time and date, schedule automatic power on and off, language, preferred input method, widget manager, shortcut manager, display, flight mode, hand writing settings and misc settings.
Notification settings - Messaging, call logs and downloads.
Call settings – A message shows up and says not currently available?
Connectivity – This is empty with no options available.
Security settings - Set and change password.
Restore settings - Restores the watch to factory settings, requiring a password to do so.
Hands free Bluetooth dialler App, this is used for making calls when the watch is paired with a phone via Bluetooth. (Direct use of this app isn’t required).
APPS PAGE TWO.
Requires BT notifier App to be installed on your phone.
Requires BT notifier App to be installed on your phone.
Looking phone (I assume this means find phone) – Sadly, even with my phone sat next to the watch this always comes up saying “can’t find phone”. I Suspect it may require an App installed on your phone to function properly.
Anti lost – You can make your phone remotely ring, vibrate or ring and vibrate to help you find it if you have misplaced it.
Power - Switches, Bluetooth on and off.
Visibility - Allows the watch to be visible or not to other Bluetooth enabled devices.
My name - Changes the name of the device as shown in Bluetooth device lists.
APPS PAGE THREE.
This displays a timer and number of steps taken with a start/stop and reset button.
Swiping the screen to the right gives access to more detailed information such as number of steps, time, fat burned, heat, speed and mileage.
Now, as with all devices like this it measures arm movement and calculates the rest from predetermined data presets. The accuracy of this entirely depends on your arm movement during your stride.
Some personal testing is as follows
Actual steps taken =25. Watch readout = 16 steps.
Actual steps taken =25. Watch readout = 13 steps.
Actual steps taken =35. Watch readout = 26 steps.
Based on 26 steps the detailed information displayed is as follows
Heat 0.001073 (anyone actually know what this means?)
Speed 0.000184 (unsure what unit this is supposed to indicate)
Looks very similar to the Pedometer with a stop watch, stop/start and reset buttons. The way this works is simply to monitor movement of your arm when active and when stopped it gives you a reading as to the quality of your sleep.
To test this I switched it on and left it running while editing some of the pictures for my review. After 30 mins of lots of arm movement I had apparently had a “good” level of sleep.
Soooo quickly moving on
This is almost identical to the alarm function, you can set an audible or vibrating alarm (or both) to occur “X” number of minutes from the time the alarm was set. This could be very useful for people who have to take lots of prescribed meds, it’s just a shame a note cannot be added to the alarm.
Oh look, there's a QR code…
I’m going to take a guess that this is the BT notifier App required for some of the watch functions. I have added a picture from the QR scanner for the file location for you; sadly this is located on a 3rd party site and not on the Play store. Personally, I would never download an App from a 3rd party site even with a premium security program running on my phone. Unfortunately, this will mean some functions of the watch that require this App will go untested within my review.
APPS PAGE FOUR.
This allows you to search for information from within your call logs, SMS and MMS messages. Again, as with the contacts the keyboard is tiny and hard to use.
This is the same App that is accessible in the tools menu from the main screen.
At the top of the screen is the year and month with arrow boxes either side for quick changes. Below this the days of the month listed out in a grid pattern. Selecting a day will open up a list of activities for the day.
There are a few points of note.
The calendar is empty, I mean totally empty, there is nothing within not even bank holidays etc and it would appear not to sync or access my Google calendar on my phone. This is possibly due to the lack of the BT notifier App, although cannot say for sure.
The calendar options only offer a means to add information to the calendar and delete or edit entries. There are no other features such as sync available.
Like with the full sized keyboard the boxes on the calendar are very small, its operable but slightly frustrating regarding accuracy sometimes.
This is a basic calculator with buttons as follows
1 2 3 +
4 5 6 -
7 8 9 x
. 0 = /
The clear button in the bottom left of the screen acts as a delete button and the display has a maximum 12 digit readout.
APPS PAGE FIVE.
There are four options available
From here you can activate a profile or edit one of the four presets. The options for customising are extensive allowing you to assign different ringtones and volume levels for various notifications and applications.
This allows you to browse files on the watch or installed microSD card but not your phone.
This allows you to change the background theme for the watch. There are 5 available and they sadly cannot be customised.
The audio player is at best rather basic and you can select between playing music from either your phone the watch or microSD card installed in the watch.
The functions on offer from within the App are volume up and down, skip to next or play previous track, play & pause and that’s it. In use you will have to set your playlist on your phone to play and then use the watch to control playback. Personally, I can see no means of using playback lists directly with the watch.
It should also be noted that at all times when the watch is connected to your phone audio is played through the watch and not the phone. When using a pair of earphones on your phone (either wired or Bluetooth) the audio will come through the earphones and not the watch or phone.
APPS PAGE SIX.
When you load this App it asks you to plug in a pair of headphones to act as an aerial. Well, I plugged a pair of headphones into my phone, and this message was still shows when loading the App. I then proceeded to closely examine the watch as I was fairly sure there was no 3.5mm port… and there isn’t and nor is it possible to connect a pair of Bluetooth headphones directly with the watch.
You can hook up a pair of headphones to your phone and play the FM radio from your phone and the audio comes through the watch. However, while this is going on if you try to access the FM radio player on the watch it just asks you if you want to disconnect from “BT audio”. If you do this the audio stops on the watch and starts playing through the headphones on the phone and the watch again asks you to connect a pair of headphones.
I have to admit to being slightly perplexed. If anyone has any ideas I would love to hear them.
#CAMERA & VIDEO RECORDER
I have to admit to being rather impressed with these Apps as well as the camera itself.
Firstly the camera, this doesn’t point at you, if you hold the watch towards you it actually faces in front of you. There is even a zoom function that appears to be in the region of 3x zoom and the quality is pretty decent… as long as you don’t zoom in.
Oodles of options are available such as night mode, Anti flicker, EV, white balance settings, 6 effect settings and 4 levels of capture quality for video.
For the camera you have Anti flicker, EV, shutter sound, contrast, delay timer, 4 resolution settings (640 x 480 max), 3 image quality settings, 6 white balance settings, 2 scene modes and 6 effect settings available.
I guess I was being unreasonable with my expectations here, I had thought you might be able to view pictures from your phone on the watch. Sadly, you cannot, you can only view pictures located on the watch or on an installed microSD card.
APPS PAGE SEVEN.
Much like the image viewer this allows you to playback video files on the watch or installed microSD card. Sadly, there is only support for MP4 files.
Fairly self explanatory. You can record using the built in microphone with two quality settings available. Recordings can be saved to the watch or a microSD card and they can be renamed. Files saved are stored in .amr format.
APPS PAGE EIGHT.
This just brings up an error “currently unavailable”. This is most likely due to the lack of a sim being installed and not available, when paired with a phone via Bluetooth.
With no sim installed this just brings up the message “currently unavailable”.
TOUCH SCREEN RESPONSE.
Surprisingly, excellent. With the exception of the full sized keyboard and it’s 2mm square buttons I at no point had any problems with taps and swipes being registered accurately.
When the watch is connected to a phone via Bluetooth range with a direct line of sight is in the region of 8.5m. Through 4 panes of glass range is about 3m and through a double thick uninsulated brick wall it is less than 1m.
AUDIO & MICROPHONE QUALITY.
I’m not going to beat about the bush here, I’m impressed. I’ve reviewed countless headphones, earphones, phones and tablets and the microphone and speaker on the watch aren’t just good for their size or for the price of the watch they are simply good.
Full disclosure, I was provided with a sample product in exchange for a fair and honest review. No attempt was made to influence my opinion and my review is my own thoughts based on the use of this item.