Androidly SmartWatch

Androidly
the smart watch..

Smartphone4me

Androidly SmartWatch is the world’s smallest fully featured Android device. It is also the first Android smartwatch to feature customized version of Google’s latest Android 4.2 OS . In size, it measures 64 x 42 x 14mm and weighs 160g. The Androidly features a 2-inch Capacitive touch screen display with resolution of 320 x 240 pixels. It is powered by 416Mhz and 256MB RAM. For multimedia, it packs a 2 MP camera to take pictures and videos. For storage, Androidly comes with a SD card slot that supports up to 16GB memory card. For connectivity, it supports Bluetooth 2.0, USB port, Wifi 802.11 b/g, GPS technology and 2.5G (EDGE) mobile connections. The Androidly SmartWatch comes pre-installed with a customized version of Android 4.2 OS and have full access to over 100,000 apps in Google’s PlayStore. There is no further information available on the smartwatch but it is expected to be…

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Androidly is either a big Android smartwatch or a small wearable phone

Androidly
Your World On Your Wrist
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When you first look at Androidly, do you see a smartwatch or a phone? Opinions will vary, and there’s no right answer: This £150 (US $229.22) device is a full Android(s goog) phone that you wear on your wrist. Unlike most smartwatches on the market, Androidly is noticeably bigger, however, and that could limit the potential market for it.

How large is Androidly? The product page says it measures in at 6.4 x 4.2 x 1.4 centimeters, which works out to 2.5 x 1.65 x 0.55 inches. I think my small wrist could manage the thickness, but I’m not so sure about the width.

Pair of Androidly

It’s all about compromise, however, because what you lose in slimness, you gain in functionality. Androidly contains all of the hardware components you’d expect to find in a very low-budget mini handset:

  • A 416 MHz chip with 256 MB of memory and 8 GB of internal storage

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