Companies Show Watches that Act as Cell Phone

Omate and True Smart SIM Watch have entrance to chips of carriers

Smart Watches have gained strength in the past year with launches of products such as Pebble, SmartWatch clock 2 and Galaxy Gear . At CES 2014, some companies are taking the concept of the smart clock even further.

In the case of Omate, which displays at the fair a clock that replaces the cell, called TrueSmart. The Watch has an entry for the default operator chip MicroSIM. In this way, simply insert the chip carrier on the clock in order to use it as a phone.

The clock runs the 4.2 version of Android with an interface created by own Omate. The TrueSmart has to 1.7 GHz dual core processor, 5 megapixel camera and supports 3 g networks. The screen is 1.54 inch with IPS technology and the Watch has 512 MB of RAM and 4 GB and 32 between GB of storage.

The TrueSmart has an app store and, according to the manufacturer, is d ´ water (up to 30 minutes in 1 metre deep). The product is in pre-sale at the manufacturer’s Web site at Kickstarter for $ $249.

Another clock that replaces the cell phone is the SIMWatch, the Dutch company Burg. The watch also supports mobile chips. The SSW01 model has a 1.54 inch screen, microSD memory card slot and a 1.3 megapixel camera for video calls.

The SIMWatch does not need a smartphone to make connections, but can be synchronized to manage the mobile device user. In this way, the SIMWatch works similarly to rivals such as Galaxy Gear and SmartWatch clock 2 and enables you to meet incoming calls on your smartphone. The watch is sold at Timedictionary in some European countries and the company plans to reach more countries this year.