It’s hard to dispute that Apple iOS will be the final winner because Google Android has extended its tentacles to another field – wrist watch. If you’re curious, let’s go on checking i’mWatch
i’mWatch is the first smart watch powered by Google Android. i’mWatch measures 55 x 40 x 9mm, weights 70g, and comes with a Freescale ARM9 IMX233 processor, 64MB RAM, 4GB flash memory, a 1.54-inch TFT touch screen with 240 x 240-pixel resolution, and Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connections.
As the above told us, although it’s named i’mWatch, apparently it’s much more useful than a common wrist watch. Due to the integration of Google Android operating system, i’mWatch can deal with what a common watch can do like receiving emails, checking weather forecast, connecting Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, and more social networks, downloading music and apps, enjoying your photos, and etc.
i’mWatch can also pair up with your iPhone, Android smart phone or BlackBerry, and you can also check, receive, make a phone or receive messages directly through the Android-powered watch. Apart from that, the built-in 600mAh rechargeable battery can provide you about 2 hours of talk time or 48 hours of standby time.
i’mWatch smart watch powered by Google Android is available in 7 colors, including white, black, pink, blue, red, orange, and green. Each one is priced at ?249 EUR (approx $364 USD). Blue Sky Srl has started accepting the pre-orders of i’mWatch. If you’re interested, jump to its official site for more details.