Details * 1.54″ capacitive touch screen * Support TF card * Support SIM card, can realize basic call and SMS function * pedometer, alarm, audio player, calendar, file manager, dial, anti-lost funciton * Smart bluetooth sync all push notifications: call, phonebook, music, SMS, facebook, twitter, email, QQ, wechat… * Other self built-in function: pedometer, sleep monitor, FM radio, alarm, calendar, audio/video play, dial, anti-lost, remote capture(connect your phone with Bluetooth), sound record… Parameter Net Weight: 55g Dimension Size: 58 * 39 * 12.5mm CPU: MTK6260 Bluetooth Version: V3.0 LCD Size: 1.54 inch, 240×240 pixel Touch Screen: Capacitive Touch Single SIM card Data Service: GPRS 2G GSM Quad Band: 850/900/1800/1900MHz Browser: WAP 2.0 Support TF memory card expand to 8G Image format: JPEG/PNG/GIF/BMP… Audio format: MP3/MID… Port: micro USB MultiLanguages: English, French, Espanol(Spanish), Portuguese, Deutsch(German), Turkish, Russian, Thai, Traditional Chinese Detachable and Rechargeable Battery Capacity: 450mAh Stanby Time: 72 hrs Taiking Time: 6 hrs Music Playing Time: 8 hrs Note: 1.To sync the notifications of your phone, your phone need to install the APK software (scan the QR-code in the watchl). 2.For Andorid phone, every notification mentioned can be synchronized, but for IOS phone, only call syncs. Package list 1 * Wireless Bluetooth Watch Phone 1 * Battery 1 * USB cable 1 * Earphone 1 * User manual

2 thoughts on “CNPGD All-in-1 Watch Cell Phone & Smart Watch Sync to Android IOS Smart Phone (Silver)

  1. Avid Jeeper "Clint" says:

    An inexpensive Gear substitute. (kinda, see update) UPDATE: I’ve had this watch for almost 3 months, using it 5 days a week. Although the watch itself is very functional, the app that I have to use to connect it to my phone is garbage. Occasionally, it will go haywire and drain my phone’s battery, but most annoying is the fact that bluetooth disconnects 1-3 times a DAY. Sometimes it looks like it’s connected, but I get a text, and it doesn’t show up on the watch. This is the main reason I bought it. The bluetooth range is also a joke. I can go 2 rooms away from my phone and it disconnects. Living room to the office) Once it disconnects you have to manually reconnect it, unlike my wife’s Galaxy Gear Fit, which reconnects automatically when it’s back in range. Her watch also has 3x the range. Yes, I know that her watch cost $180 (now $119) and this was under $50, but between the range and the b.s. app that I have to deal with, I’ve decided that I’m not going to wear it anymore.I’ve had it a week now connected to my Samsung…

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