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LG GD910 Watch Phone
LG GD910 Watch Phone
Samsung’s bitter Korean rival, LG, revealed its GD910 Watch Phone at CES 2009. It was hugely anticipated, serving up video call smarts, 3G connectivity, voice recognition tech and even an MP3 player. Sure, the touchscreen was clunky, but this device was a trailblazer. Its design was natty and isn’t a million miles from the Samsung Galaxy Gear. LG is said to be prepping a new smart watch for later this year, which will surely take the GD910 as its cue.
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Talk about biased story or what.
The pebble watch has been out since last year and cost a third of what a galaxy gear costs. Samsung is not setting the standard pebble watch is and to be honest all others are not even as good.
If you want a colour screen with camera then either buy a phone instead or buy a phone watch which have been around for about ten years and can be got for £100. Enjoy having to activate the screen each time to see it and then spend hours trying to work out why despite the screen being always off the battery only lasts a day and you just paid £300 for the privilege.
Or get a pebble watch for £100 which has the screen always on and lasts a week between charges. Yeah sure it doesn't have a colour screen but I would rather the 6 extra days battery life
Where is the Sinclair Black Watch? Ok, it wasn't the most reliable timepiece the world has ever known, but it cost a fraction of the price of the ones from the same decade shown here. I think it deserved a place, even though I don't rate Sinclair products either.
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