The wristphone craze lives on! Sparked ultimately by the groundbreaking CES showing of the LG GD910 watch phone, others have certainly given it their best shot to come out with the product before LG officially does. One such example of similar product is the Neutrano Nutec WristFone.
At CTIA this was another product that was featured off the beaten path on the show floor. Essentially the WristFone is a bulkier version of the GD910 that LG has already announced, and certainly a different UI.
This particular watch phone could quite likely be sold off by Neutrano to Chinese OEM’s to tweak, distribute and sell.
The WristFone will offer:
- GSM and SD card support
- 1.3 MP camera
- Handwriting recognition
- Touchscreen display
- 512 MB internal memory
- FM Radio
- Voice recorder
So while some details are still sketchy, we are convinced more specs are on their way. All we gotta say though is you had better get a real comfortable bluetooth to use alongside the watch phone itself.
Neutrano is expecting a release in mid-June, June 15 to be more specific. It will most likely be available in more than one color, but we’ll have to wait and see on that one.
Anyone planning on getting one of these? Or if it even appeals to you?
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