The Most Affordable Bluetooth Smartwatches You Have Missed
1- U8 Smartwatch
The U8 is the world's cheapest smartwatch so far. Housing a 1.5-inch capacitive touchscreen display with high touch-sensitivity, elegant design, and some modest fitness tracking features is the best deal when it comes on having a "smart" wearable but cheaper than your iPhone's case.
The U8 comes with a Chinese-made app named Smartwatch, it can be downloaded on Google Play Store (It comes with different names, on the watch is titled BT Notice, but its latest name is simply Smartwatch) and the watch is able to sync with all iOS and Android devices.
When paired with your phone, you will be able to play songs on your watch from your phone's music storage (Bluetooth connectivity) and make hands-free calls (the watch has a loud speaker and quite a sensitive microphone).
The other features consist in calculator, calendar, stopwatch, sleep tracking, a funny feature to remind you when to drink water and more.
The U8 can be purchased from Amazon for only $11.
2- HamSwan Smart Watch
The HamSwan watch is an extremely cheap watch that features some hosted mobile features. The watch has an SIM card slot where it supports GSM network (2G), and it has a standalone browser enabling you to browse the Internet as if you are doing it on an old GPRS-only phone.
The HamSwan has a physical button in the bottom functioning as the power button and it houses a capacitive touch-enabled screen with a resolution of 240x240p (quite good.
The watch can be paired with your iOS or Android device to enable you hands-free calls, play music, receive emails, social media notifications on your wrist, shoot photos using your phone's camera, and it has a pre-installed anti-loss system.
As a more progressed watch, it has a microphone from where you can record sounds, store your files, supports microSD card and many more. The HamSwan can be ordered from Amazon for $29.
3- Padgene DZ09 watch
The Padgene DZ09 is a smartwatch that features a camera and supports SIM card, this is the most mobile-like smartwatch ever that comes available for an affordable pricing.
DZ09 features a 1.5-inch LCD touchscreen display, a 2.0MP front-facing camera, 128MB of RAM, 64MB of built-in storage, and supports memory expansion via a microSD card by up to 32GB, many outdated smartphones will crash at this size of microSD card, but this watch is an affordable beast. Even though this watch is respectively affordable, it can be compared to a top-notch watch like the brand new Casio WSD-F10.
The features sensors and features consist on the GPRS network, browser, anti-loss system, pedometer, sleep monitor, and Bluetooth connectivity.
When paired with your smartphone via Bluetooth, the watch lets you sync phonebook list, make hands-free calls, and many more. Even though, those features are already enabled to the watch as it features an SIM card, and has a quite large memory.
The Padgene DZ09 can be considered as a standalone mobile-watch. Anyways, the watch is available to order from Amazon for only $21. Isn't it really cheap?