- Jun 26, 2007
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The problem is, as this news comes from Finland and Google seems unable to translate Finnish into English, the details are tricky to come by.
But a fusion of lateral thinking and a smattering of language skill shows the device has GSM connectivity, can sned SMS and make calls, and has a touch screen.
What’s wrong with the normal mobile?
All very much standard watch-on-a-wrist fare so far, but throw in some of the best (claimed) watch-phone battery life to date, as well as the fact the thing doesn’t look like a phone welded to your wrist, and it seems the design is a little better.
But one can’t help wonder if the device would have looked better as a watch, rather than trying to stuff a Nokia in there too.
Sure, it’s the first of its kind in Finland, but at around £600 plus, it seems a bit doomed to failure.
Still, if you’re in the Helsinki area any time soon, they’re looking for testers.