The latest watch phone to float its way to the top of the mobile industry news cycle is the EPOQ watch phone. Not only does this Alligator-skinned watch sport a quad-band GSM radio, the spec-sheet boast a grocery list of impressive features. The watch is powered by a 266Mhz ARM CPU running Windows Mobile CE 5.0 and packs in a SIM card slot, MP3/MP4 player, 1.3 megapixel camera, microSD card slot, and WiFi underneath a 1.45-inch touchscreen display. And, for the super-dexterous, the display touts handwriting recognition.
Skype, MSN, and other apps come pre-loaded on the handset watch. And, the box includes a Bluetooth headset, two (2) batteries, memory card, earphones, charger, and data cable. Should the watch crap out on you, there’s a 1-year parts/90-day labor warranty.
For what it’s worth, the watch’s spec-sheet is “tentative.” That could mean more features will be packed into the watch before launch, or it could mean that some of the more impressive features could get the ax. You’ll have to wait until April 25 and save up $629.95 to get your hands on one of these Windows Mobile watch phones.
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