Features & Specification
Phone call:Support GSM/GPRS on 850/900/1800/1900 mHZ network,require Micro SIM card from local mobile carrier in US which running GSM network:AT&T,T-Mobile, Cricket, MetroPCS, ROK Mobile, H2O, Net10, Straight Talk, and other carriers piggyback on AT&T or T-Mobile networks. Do not support CDMA network carriers include Verizon, Sprint, Boost Mobile, Virgin Mobile, and other CDMA networks.
Dial, hands-free, phone records, phonebook; Bluetooth headset;
Message: local SMS; SMS Bluetooth synchronization push;
Entertainment: MP3, MP4, AVI format for local playback;
Reminder: the bell and vibrating alert;
The clock display: 3 sets of clock display, easy to switch by flipping gently on the plate;
anti lost: anti lost to remind; bidirectional search;
Pedometer: exercise step counting, calorie consumption calculation, the movement distance record;
Remind: Sedentary long seat to remind;
Sleep monitoring: monitoring the quality of sleep;
Photograph: watch photograph; local memory storage; image display: PNG, JPG
Camera remote control; support up-to 32GB extend MicroSD storage; image display: PNG, JPG Package:The Smart WatchMicro USB Cable LineUser GuideHow to connect with your Bluetooth smartphone
Step 1:Switch on Bluetooth both on Smartphone and Watch, Choose “Bluetooth” app to switch on/off the Bluetooth by clicking “Power” .
Step 2: Open the “BT dialer” APP, search new device,click on the target device to request pair, just lick “Pair” on the phone to confirm.
Message pushing functions(only support Android phones):
Step 1:Download the app “BT Notifier” by scan 2D code on smart watch or visit short URL(google play):http://alturl.com/yd5zo
Step 2: customize BT Notifier app on smartphone.

3 thoughts on “Pandaoo Smart Watch Mobile Phone Unlocked Universal GSM Bluetooth 4.0 Music Player Camera Calendar Stopwatch Sync with Android Smartphones(White)

  1. Gilbert Cruz says:

    Nice starter watch for the price. I’m not a big fan of wearing a watch, but when my little brother got himself an Apple Watch, I got that tech itch. I didn’t want to spend a lot just in case that itch faded within a week of having it (happens a lot) so I started looking for a cheap starter smartwatch and I ran across this one. At $30 bucks, I thought, “Why not?” Although I thought I ordered a Black on Black (face-plate and band), I received a silver one. No biggie. Still looks awesome. Since I had research this thing, somewhat, on Youtube, I had no problem getting it to connect to my Galaxy S5. The watch feels pretty good on my wrist. My friends and family have told me that I sound clear when I called them, via bluetooth, using the watch. Notifications come through almost simultaneously with my phone. Oh, by the way, if you have custom notifications (like I do) the watch plays those notifications too! I thought that was pretty cool. Having said that, the only thing that I don’t like is that both the phone and…

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