While Smart Devices isn’t exactly a household name in the West, the company does have a habit of releasing interesting and affordable devices like the SmartQ U7 tablet with a built-in projector.
So what can we expect from the Smart Devices W1 smartwatch?
It’s expected to features a 1.55 inch color display, a touchscreen with support for multitouch, WiFi and Bluetooth. It also has sensors including a gyroscope and accelerometer.
The watch can play music files, display the time, weather, or calendar appointments, and pairs with your Android smartphone to handle text messages, emails, and phone calls.
There’s no word yet on how much the watch will cost, where it will be available, what kind of battery life it will offer, or other important details. But with a launch scheduled for mid to late September, we shouldn’t have to wait long to find out more.