Is there a certain undertaking that was perfected at first attempt? The answer is absolutely none thus and so practice makes perfect, always make sense. There’s no particular endeavor especially in the field of technology that got perfection at first attempt and same goes true with the Alcatel’s first smartwatch. Is this smartwatch worth your money? Check it out.
The OneTouch Watch has a smart, sophisticated-looking design. That has a circular face, brushed-metal body, single crown button control, and black rubber strap. Surprisingly the weight is light compared to the materials and size of this wearable. This smartwatch is a water and dust resistant. On the other hand the rear body of this smartwatch is made of a cheap plastic, which makes this wearable feels cheap.
The Alcatel’s One Touch Watch Strap
The wrist strap of this smartwatch is weighty as a result wearing this smartwatch could make your wrist sweat additionally the locking clasp use to adjust the band’s fit can be confusing and tricky at first.
Can you replace the watch strap?
The band of this smartwatch has an additional function, the watch band is also the main source of power since it is the watch charging system, and definitely there is no way to replace the band of this smartwatch. Sure, if you want this smartwatch in your wrist you have to live with its uncomfortable strap.
Wireless charging not applicable
In terms of battery charging this smartwatch does not support wireless charging. The end of the fixed plastic strap flips up to reveal a full-size USB jack that slips into your laptop or wall charger, it can be compared to that of Nike’s old FuelBands.
Power and Performance
The Alcatel OneTouch Watch is powered by an STMicroelectronics STM429 chipset that is gearing in a long-lasting 210mAh battery. It has somewhat a low resolution screen at 240 x 204, that can combat with high scene from sunlight’s ray minus a light sensor,however, this wearable has a gyroscope, altimeter, accelerometer, heart rate monitor and an NFC radio lurking in that 10.5mm thick body.
It is known that Alcatel supports Android platform since its smartphones are made up mostly by Android. It is unanticipated that the company will equip their first smartwatch with a none Android platform. In lieu the Alcatel OneTouch Watch runs with the company’s proprietary OS. Despite the fact that it has a limited functionality but this smartwatch can handle and can play well with both iOS and Android devices running the simplistic OneTouch Move companion app. Paired with either an iPhone 6 or a Galaxy S6 Edge, this watch can perform just fine to both devices plus the performance is consistent.