Samsung belongs to Korea, HTC is located in Taiwan, Sony is a Japan-based brand and even Micromax sources its products from China. But amongst all these biggies, an India-based tech firm, called Android Systems Pvt Ltd has launched the smallest Android-based watch that comes with smartphone-like features also.
Set up by a team of four members, Androidly smartwatch has been backed up on the Kickstarter by many interested parties and the company has priced the innovative miniature device, starting at $249.
Androidly is a sole device that can do everything from sharing content, making calls, receiving messages etc. This smartwatch sports a 5-cm (2-inch) display and runs Android 2.2 aka Froyo. The watch is powered by a 416 MHz processor and 256 MB RAM. It also comes with a camera, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support, SIM card slot, Google Play Store and other wireless modes. The watch has an internal storage capacity of 8 GB also.
Going by the features offered, Androidly is undoubtedly one of the most complete smartwatches in the market right now. The company has informed that the watch will be available in India and abroad starting from 15 March.