Like tablets, we would likely to see blurred lines between smartwatches and smartphones. The upcoming I’m Watch One will set itself apart from typical smartwatch models in the market with its 1.2GHz dual-core processor, GSM-based data connectivity, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS. 2Mp camera and a customized Android 4.0 build, which would fit on the tiny 1.54-inch (240 x 240) display.
It will be available for about $293 or RMB 1,788. The Inwatch One will support a number of third-party apps, such as Baidu Music, QQ, Sina Weibo and WeChat. Again, there’s no word on whether the smartwatch will venture commercially outside China.