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Chinese firm clones iPod nano watch concept

updated 04:35 pm EST, Mon December 27, 2010

Creates phone watch with iOS-like UI

A Chinese firm has cloned the iPod nano as a watch concept. In a design also reminiscent of the recent sWaP Rebel watch phone, it also borrows heavily from the iOS user interface in creating something of a cross between the iPod nano and the sWap. iOS UI elements that have been aped include a slide to unlock home screen that also features iOS-like icons.

The design incorporates a 1.8-inch resistive touchscreen, Bluetooth, micro-SD card slot, built-in compass, FM radio, e-books support and camera into its diminutive frame. It also includes a relatively high capacity 450mAh battery, although it somewhat surprisingly omits a 3.5mm headphone jack in favor of a small external speaker.

Pricing and availability has not yet been detailed. [via M.I.C Gadget]







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  1. facebook_Jeff

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    Figures...

    F*cking slant eyed little d*cked frackers are copying yet again. Somebody really needs to bust a cap in their communistic a$$es

  1. global.philosopher

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    Joined: Sep 2010

    +1

    Samsung next.....

    but Samsung could do a better job of it and make it look identical with white headphone speakers and all.

  1. ffinder

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    Joined: Dec 2010

    -1

    It's a GSM cell phone, iPod nano watch is not..

    It's a GSM cell phone, iPod nano watch is not.
    Has Stereo bluetooth mp3 player no need for
    a 3.5mm headphone jack.

    Looks like it's this slimline watch phone
    turned 90 degrees
    with Chinese iOS like ui:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fashion_S9110

    I just wish those Shenzhen guys
    would install Android instead
    since it's free, has a
    nice Market Place and
    all the world is going Android anyways..

    http://www.pcworld.com/article/210384/android_no_2_mobile_os_apple_eats_its_dust.html

    ff

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