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At the beginning manufacturers released MP4 watches and they were seen as futuristic gadgets. The watches are small portable music and video media player. Most of these kind of devices are actually digital watches with multimedia features. Usually these devices have LED or OLED color display and speakers, but also small jacks for earphones or maybe Bluetooth protocol in order to connect with Bluetooth stereo headset using the A2DP profile. The first commercially available MP 4 watch was manufactured by Shenzhen Adragon Digitek in September 2006. MP 4 watches usually have in their design metal, plastic and leather straps. The screen size varies between 1″ and 2″. These devices are marketed as ultra portable multimedia players.
However, since 2006 these devices got upgraded on a constant base. Features like digital camera and video camera recording, readable Office documents, organizer functions and file storage and file transfer are nothing beside the phone call function. The Samsung S9110 is a tinny wrist phone who packs a lot of features. The S9110 is the Samsung response to the LG watch phone launched in August through Orange. The Samsung model is however much more cheaply than the LG GD 910 watch phone.
The Samsung model has not only cut the price but it also cut the deepness too (11.98 mm, the value earns S9110 the title of the world’s thinnest watch phone). Its height measures 57.5 mm, wide of 41.1 mm and a weight of 91 g (kind of heavy). The design looks flawless, with scratch proof glass for the display and stainless steel for the exterior. The phone watch has a good TFT capacitive touch screen with up to 256 K colors. It sports a resolution of 176 x 220 pixels with a diagonal of 1.76 inches.
The Samsung S9110 can alert you not only using MP3 ringtones (or polyphonic ones) but also using vibration. It packs a good quality (for its sizes) speaker. The operating system is Samsung based. It is simplified for a better use. However you will easily find the symbols for the phonebook or call records. There is a big drawback in the multimedia features. The watch phone has nearly 40 MB internal memory with no card slot. Therefore this device does play in the “real” phone league. The connectivity is limited. We have GPRS Class 10 (4+1 / 3+2 slots), 32 – 48 kbps and Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP and nothing more. No HSCSD, no EDGE, no 3G, no WLAN or even micro USB port.
This phone lacks a lot of good features. Also it lacks a digital camera, radio, GPS or java (pure sad). It runs on 2G network: GSM 900 / 1800. The Samsung S9110 has, at least, SMS, EMS, MMS and Email functions. Other interesting features include: voice recognition, voice memo, MP3 player, organizer and T9. No word yet about the battery life. However we do now the model: Li – Ion 630 mAh.
Overall, this is not an interesting device. Sure it is a watch and then a phone, but not a multimedia device at all. I believe that Samsung rushed in this new phone category and tried to create a futuristic gadget, but ended with a common phone-watch. Waiting another year or two would have been a better choice than to release a watch phone with features of 2003 mobile phones.
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