WiMe NanoWatch is Actually a Phone for Your Wrist

January 31, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Want a James Bond Style watch-phone? Here it is.

The $99 smartphone watch called WiMe is a one stop solution for your desire to wear a trendy gadget. You can make calls, view the time, set alarms, or perform a couple of other basic actions.

But what really makes the NanoWatch cool is that you can pair it with an Android phone over a Bluetooth connection to your phone to initiate phone calls, view contacts, or read your email.

Though the details regarding the processor is still Unknown, there is a 256 MB ROM, 2 GB internal memory and a 1.54″ resistive touch display with a screen resolution of 240×240.


With Bluetooth 2.1 connectivity option, this gadget supports a single GSM SIM and it supports video formats like AVI, MP4, 3GP and picture formats like jpg, gif and bmp. With a 300 mAh built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery, it can power up the device for a few hours.

With voice recording capabilities, this phone has dimensions of 51.6 mm x 38 mm x 10.2 mm. The package contains the NanoWatch, a headset, a wristband, a micro USB cable and a clipper. One can either wear the watch or can hang it on their neck and even can clip the watch to their shirt.

It’s a simple product but can come in handy if the owner wants to show off or use it for purposes like when going on trekking or occasions where it is difficult to carry his phone in his pockets.

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