smartphone or mobile phone alone has made our lives a whole lot convenient but you can take it a step further by say, going the Dick Tracy route with a watch that doubles as a communication device or have a smartwatch that relays everything from messages, email and calls from your smartphone without having to actually whip your smartphone out of your bag or pocket. the WiMe NanoWatch is one such watch that can do both of the aforementioned. priced at $99 a piece, the NanoWatch features a 1.54-inch resistive touchscreen display with 240 by 240 resolution, boasting 220 ppi (we reckon it should be pretty damn sharp for such a tiny display) and runs off a Linux-based OS. other highlights include 256MB of memory, 2GB of internal storage, support standard SIM card, video and audio playback, micro USB port, built-in FM radio, Bluetooth connectivity, Java-capable and a 300 mAh lithium-ion battery that offers up to 4 hours of talk time and 120 hours of standby time. the WiMe NanoWatch Phone is available for purchase now – if you happen to be in China. though there are plans to bring the watch to other parts of the world, including Stateside, Australia, as well as the European market – the only question is ‘when?’

WiMe via Geeky Gadgets

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