SmartQ smartwatch hitting Australia for AU$99

Online retailer Millennius will bring the Android-powered smartwatch to market locally on 31 January.

Australian online retailer Millennius has announced it will bring the SmartQ smartwatch to market in Australia, priced at just AU$99.

(Credit: Smart Devices)

Made by Chinese company Smart Devices, the smartwatch features a 1.54-inch screen (240x240 resolution) and runs Android 4.3.

An Ingenic JZ4775 low-power CPU running at 1GHz powers the device, with 512MB RAM onboard and both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity.

Other features include a motion sensor, water resistance, built-in MP3 player (with headphone jack) and voice recognition.

The spec sheet lists the battery life as between 2 and 12.5 days — we assume that you’d need Wi-Fi turned off (along with a lot of the other features) in order to get close to the 12-day mark.

The SmartQ will be available from the Millennius website on 31 January and we’re hoping to have a review unit in for test soon.

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Nic Healey is a Senior Editor with CNET, based in the Australia office. His passions include bourbon, video games and boring strangers with photos of his cat.

 

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