Home Theater Projector Mini Portable 1280800 Native Resolution
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- GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz , Single Micro SIM Card Lasts multiple days on a single battery charge
- 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 nowIMPORTANT NOTE: Please refer to the product manual available below the product description for detailed instructions about using the product. A link to download the APK file has also been provided in the PDF manual
- Bluetooth Dialer, Call Reminder, Bluetooth Call,Bluetooth SMS/IM Message Notifier
- Pedometer, Sleep Monitor, Sedentary Reminder, Remote Camera,Calendar
- 1.56" TFT LCD Touch Screen 240*240 pixels 0.3M Camera, Video Recording Support
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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
This watch has two working mode.
One is company mode(Bluetooth), It enable to make call or receive call or send or get message via 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.
Network & Connectivity SIM Card Single SIM Card (Micro SIM Card)
Frquency Band GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
Bluetooth Bluetooth 3.0
Storage RAM 128M
External memory Support TF card up to 32GB
Display Screen Size 1.56 inch
Screen Type TFT LCD
Screen Resolution 240 x 240 pixels
Camera Camera 0.3 M
Video Recording Support
Media Music/video Support
Picture Format JPEG, GIF, BMP, PNG
Music Format MP3, WAV
Video Format MP4
Bluetooth Dialer Support
Call Reminder Support
Sleep Monitor Support
Sedentary Reminder Support
Remote Camera Support
Voice Recorder Support
Battery 380 mAh
USB Port Mini USB 5pin interface
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Things I loved while I had it for that one day...
- Speaker was loud enough (even when we tested it when I gave it to him - in a restaurant, you could still somewhat hear the speaker)
- has a slot for sim so you can use it internationally (definitely plus for mom and she likes to go back to her hometown every year or so)
- easily connects to your contact via bluetooth without any apk download (see comment below about bt notifier)
- has some decent backgrounds and clocks you can change
- great for simple everyday use
- took some okay photos (didn't expect anything GREAT) but easy to send photos via bluetooth (some comments said it won't send but I sent two photos back to my phone with no problems)
- has a file manager
Some things I noticed that I had to minus a star for...
- It wasn't getting notifications for wechat... only text message. Maybe I need to fix the settings but it seemed to notify for everything except wechat...
- I couldn't find the btnotifier that worked for our androids until I read the comments and the link to the btnotifier apk worked wonderfully
- Not sure if you can download apps into the phone like games, no downloader/playstore but I read that you can download into micro sd or transfer via bt
- not sure if you can do voice to text... gotta test it out
I watched some videos on youtube and reviews and it's really a decent watch! I think the major plus was that it has everything I wanted, camera/voice/video recorder, acts as a phone without actually using your phone, you can view and send sms & has notifications for everything else.
Ok, let's get some details out of the way right up front. The Airsspu and the Optium Gear S are the same watch, but under a different name and price. These two have an advantage over the U8 and the Pebble (original, Time, or Round), in that they can be used as a phone all by themselves, while the U8 and Pebble clan are only companion devices for your phone. For my testing, I used all the devices in companion mode, as well as in phone mode if applicable. For what it's worth, I wear a Pebble Time daily, and had an original Pebble before that.
To date, I've purchased three of the Optium watches and sent one back, as the audio output was too low. The Airsspu/Optium are fairly thick watches with mostly plastic housings that don't suggest much in the way of quality. The back is a pain to get on and off, and I'm thankful that you would only have to do this once or twice ever. Within two weeks of daily wear, both had scratched screens. The U8 and Pebble are also plastic, but they both feel a lot more solid. Like the Airsspu/Optium, the U8's screen scratched easily, while the Pebble is still like new. Of the lot, only the Pebble is waterproof.
In Pebble clan wins this easily. Close to a week of constant use on one charge. The U8 lasts less than a day. The Airsspu/Optium will last about a day in companion mode, and up to three days in phone mode, depending on how many calls/texts you do.
So you want a companion to your phone, so serve up notifications and whatnot. Truth be told, only the Pebble does this really well, and it works perfectly with both Apple and Android devices. The U8 and the Airsspu/Optium both have a issues with Apple phones that limits their functions. Further, the Android app each wants to use it generic and only somewhat works properly. In my testing, the app frequently crashed out, as in, almost every time a notification was pushed from my phone. On the bright side, because these are generic phones, one can use a different app that the one suggested. Myself, after much trial and error, settled on an app called SmartWear. It worked well and only crashed about once day. Not great, but better. The Pebble app, by comparison, has never crashed on me. Something else to note with the non-Pebble watches in this review - once paired up, *all* the sound your phone will normally make will now come from the watch. Notifications, games, calls, etc. This will also wreak some havoc on any hands-free kits you may have in your car. You'll have to manually switch the phone to pair with the handsfree kit if you want to use it. The U8 will hold up to 5 notifications at a time, the Airsspu/Optium 20, and the Pebble some ungodly amount that ensures you'll pretty much never miss any. For some reason, the software maker for the U8 and Airsspu/Optium thought it would be great to drop you to the menu once you clear a notification, instead of back to the watch face like the Pebble does.
This is the feature that got me buying up the Airsspu/Optium in the first place. If you get a good unit, the sound is loud enough for taking/making calls in a generally quite room, outside, and in the car while driving (music off). The call quality is very good, little to know drop out. Because this phone is unlocked, you can use it with pretty much any carrier. I used a SIM from Consumer Cellular (yeah, the cheap carrier they peddle on TV to old people), and not a hitch. The biggest pain with this watch is contacts. Syncing them over from a phone doesn't work, and typing them in via the watch's keyboard is....ugh. Unless you have seriously good eyesight and tiny fingers, it will be a serious chore putting contact info in. Inputting anything on the Airsspu/Optium is subject to the same problem.
All in all, I do like the Airsspu/Optium for what they are. I use one as a backup/emergency phone, and a friend of mine uses one because he does't want to carry two typical phones but needs to be able to get calls from two different lines. The U8 is an odd duck, without a lot of reason to buy it. Obviously, I love my Pebble, but you're looking at 2-3x the cost of the U8 or Airsspu/Optium for a Pebble original, and much more than that for a Time or Round. Money well worth it, in my opinion, unless you really want the phone function.
However, those two cons are easily overcome when you see the price tag.