Chinese tech company Rollme launched its newest smartwatch Rollme Hero. An Android smartwatch/phone, the Rollme Hero is the world’s first smartwatch with full screen display. The device is a standalone smartwatch with 4G SIM card, 4GB RAM, 64GB ROM, Dual Camera, 10ATM Waterproof, and more.
The watch is stylish, fashionable, and suitable for both men and women. The Rollme Hero has 4G cellular connection so that you can make and receive phone calls. The built-in camera allows you to take pictures and videos. The front camera is equipped with a flagship new-generation 13MP high-definition camera with a newly upgraded sensor. Face recognition is very fast and it can unlock the watch in 0.1 seconds.
Here are the specs:
- Display: 1.69” IPS Display
- Resolution: 450x450px
- Corning Gorilla glass
- Camera: 13.0 MP autofocus
- Altimeter & Barometer
- Heart rate sensor
- 10 ATM Waterproof
- 1600mAh battery
- 4G independent calling
- 3 satellite positioning
In addition to the features mentioned above, the Rollme Hero 4G watch has built-in 20 sport modes that include running, walking outdoors, indoor jogging, cycling, basketball, football, table tennis, badminton, rope skipping, and more. Additional features include a 10ATM waterproof, heart rate monitor, pedometer, Face unlock, and many more.
A 64-gigabyte memory is built-in, which can be used to store music files for playback on a Bluetooth headset, for example. The SoC used is the Helio P22 known from the Lem14, which can access a four-gigabyte working memory. A 13- and 8-megapixel camera is installed, whereby unlocking via Face Unlock should also be possible, reports Notebook Check.
The built-in heart rate sensor, in conjunction with the GPS module, allows precise recording and evaluation of sports units with several sports profiles. According to the manufacturer, the model should be waterproof up to a pressure of 10 ATM, which means that, unlike IP68 wearables, the model should actually be suitable for swimming.
The watch, equipped with a 1,600 mAh battery, can now be pre-ordered directly from Asia for around US$200. An alternative available from Germany is the TicWatch Pro 4G.