Vega Android WiFi Watch – World’s most advanced smartwatch is here step, aside smartphones!

Step off the smartphone era as the smartwatch era beckons us and it surely is exciting. 3G Watches, world leader in watch phone technology is here to amaze us all with their Vega Android WiFi Watch equipped with upgradable Android 2.2 operating system, WiFi connectivity, Bluetooth, multi-point touch screen (TFT LCD with LED back light and QVGA resolution), MP3 player (supports AAC, eAAC, AMR, AWB, QCP, MP3, WMA, WAV and MIDI), 2.0 MegaPixel video camera (WMV,ASF,MP4,3GP,3G2,M4V and AVI), video player and speakerphone. As exciting as it sounds Vega smartwatch is first of its kind in the world with an in-built memory of 8GB and dedicated 2GB RAM which surprisingly looks quite handy for such a small gadget.

Vega smartwatch is carrier unlocked and will work with all GSM network carrier’s in nay part of the globe without any hassles, all you have to do is insert the SIM card in the slot provided. It will come in two color options: black and white, with 4 different side key keyboard and the battery backup of 200 hours (in standby mode) and 300 minutes (in talk time mode) makes it worth every penny.

Speculated to be shipped by the end of April 2013 at the retail price of $515 also makes this watch one of the most high-end gadgets to lay hands on. Until that time you can watch the video of Vega Android WiFi watch in action below.



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4 Responses

  1. Schoenig says:

    Is it shipping April of 2013 like the article just said?  I thought they were now available?

  2. OQT says:

    Smartwatches are only going to get better with time as devices get smaller with better chips. Now for a snap on to the wrist band and a docking station for computing and multi media. A while back the computer company OQO had it right when it went smaller using Windows full blown XP. Now for a Windows one that can read Andriod app’s. Add Google Glasses and blue tooth and all set for business.
    Also add voice recognition to the small device and better CPU/GPU and a new direction for computing.

  3. whote riolu gamer says:

    can u buy one at a store

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