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Smart Watch for Android Phones and iOS Phones Compatible iPhone

Product description

Specification

CPU:MTK2502

Memory:32MB+32MB

Display:1.54 Inch IPS Screen;Resolution:240*240 pixel;

Bluetooth:Ver 4.0

Battery:300mAh high power polymer battery;

G-Sensor:Support

Loud Speaker:Support

MIC:Support

Power Charging:USB

Software:

System:Nucleus

System display:Dual system for exchange

Language:Multi-language

Main function:

Heart rate Monitor:Yes

Bluetooth Camera:Yes

Phone:Bluetooth phone call,Dial, hands-free, phone records,

Smart Watch for Android Phones and iOS Phones Compatible iPhone

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