Smartwatches are becoming more sophisticated as different mobile phone companies compete in the arena. Every year or so, new models of wearable devices are introduced to consumers, enticing them with several new features. A few have started to put an end to phone tethering, which means the watch can be used without being paired to a mobile phone.
One of the smartwatches that offer a ton of awesome features and don’t need to be tethered to a phone to make calls or send SMS is LooK Watch. And judging by the features of this wearable device, it could give Samsung and Apple Watches a run for their money.
LooK Watch is considered the first standalone Internet of Things (IoT) smartwatch.
Three years in the making, this wearable device is the product of Canada-based tech firm, Laipac Technology.
LooK doesn’t need to be paired to a mobile phone to work.
You can bring it anywhere in the world because it’s unlocked.
Simply choose your Nano SIM provider wherever you are and you’re good to go.
LooK Watch is also Wi-Fi and Bluetooth ready.
If that’s not enough, there’s an SOS button that will immediately contact your preset emergency number.
You can stream and download songs…
And also store photos and even watch movies and video clips.
And here's how you charge it…
The device features an anti-scratch Sapphire crystal that weighs 2.5 mm, a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor, 1.39-inch AMOLED display, 1 GB RAM, 16 GB built-in storage and a 460 mAh lithium-ion battery that allows you to be on the go for 76 hours on standby mode. To compare, Samsung and Apple’s latest wearable device offering only has dual-core processors. LooK Watch also has sensors including magnetometer, accelerometer, gyroscope and heart rate sensor.
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All those remarkable features are packed inside the 56-mm stainless steel case that is attached to an anti-allergy strap with a stainless steel buckle.
What’s more, you get to choose from these gorgeous face designs.
How cool can this smartwatch get? If you’re interested in LooK Watch you can find out more about it and even make a pledge on its Kickstarter page.