The Arrow Smartwatch Boasts a Rotatable HD Camera on the Bezel

Using a rotatable HD camera in the bezel the Arrow smartwatch captures awesome photos and videos on your wrist. Sounds cool? Let’s keep checking.

Arrow Smartwatch with Rotatable HD Camera on the Bezel

The Arrow is a versatile and innovative smartwatch that runs its own Arrow Wear OS based on Android 5.1 OS. The Arrow’s watch case measures 50mm diameter by 15mm thick and the watch strap is 24mm wide. As shown in the images, the smartwatch shows off a low-profile yet stylish appearance design, and the solid black matte finish allows it to fit for various outfits. The watch strap is also available in three materials including stainless steel, silicone and leather for different personal aesthetic tastes.

The Arrow smartwatch features a HD camera built in the bezel, which supports 5MP stills and 1080p video recording. More importantly, the creative rotatable design allows you to freely capture photos and video in any direction straight from your wrist. The 1.39″ color OLED watch dial lets you preview and intuitively adjust the bezel to an ideal direction.

Arrow Smartwatch with Rotatable HD Camera on the Bezel

Furthermore, the smartwatch has 8GB internal storage for your photos, videos, music and apps, and using Bluetooth and WiFi you can also transfer your videos and photos to your smartphone. Moreover, the wearable allows to sync via Bluetooth to your smartphone in order to receive notification alerts from the Android or iOS phone on your wrist, and you can interact with the notifications by voice or touch.

The smartwatch also serves as a fitness tracker that accurately tracks your steps, speed, distance traveled, route and calories burned using its built-in accelerometer, pedometer and GPS module. In addition, its 400mAh rechargeable battery offers up to 20 hours of normal use between charges.

The team of Arrow has achieved the fund goal for the product via Indiegogo, but we can still pledge $149 to preorder the smartwatch. It’s expected to be shipped in February next year.

You may also like these gadgets

Get more stuff like this
in your inbox

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

Thank you for subscribing.

Something went wrong.