Z1 Android Watch-Phone
|Compatible networks||2GSM network: GSM 850/900/1800/1900|
|Availability by country||January 2, 2012|
|Dimensions||64 × 42 × 14.5 mm|
|Operating system||Android 2.2|
|CPU||MediaTek (MTK) MT6516 CPU @ 416MHz|
|Removable storage||8 GB; supports up to 16GB|
|Battery||800 mAh (300ma?)|
|Data inputs||Capacitive Touchscreen|
|Rear camera||2.0 MP photo/video|
|Connectivity||Bluetooth 2.0 (voice, stereo), USB|
The MTK MT6516 used in this device has its main Core Speed clocked at 416 MHz which may be increased within a reasonable limit by applications designed for this purpose. The device is sold with Super User Privileges (rooted), therefore this feature is available as default. The MT6516 contains dedicated circuitry to speed up 3D Graphics (3.7M Triangles/Sec).
The Watch-Phone has a Transflective liquid-crystal display Capacitive Touch screen, a Wi-Fi web browser, a 2.0 MP camera, a G-Sensor, a multimedia player and recorder for music (mp3) and video (mp4), and an internal GPS antenna that supports satellite navigation.
Micro SD cards of up to 16GB are supported (Swappable internally after removing the battery). One of the wrist bands ends has a USB connector that can connect to a computer so that the internal swappable SD card can be recognized as a mass storage device for file management. The wrist band USB connector is also used for charging the battery.
As a phone it can operate in a hands free manner with its built in microphone and speaker, it can also be used in conjunction with a Bluetooth headset. Its Bluetooth functionality also supports Stereo Bluetooth for wireless music playback and making calls. It offers a talk-time of up to five hours and up to 5 days on standby.
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