You might think that your spanking new Nokia Lumia 1020’s the bomb, but sorry to burst your bubble, bub, the Hyetis Crossbow watch will sport a 41-megapixel camera instead. This can be classified as a smartwatch, where it looks more at home on the wrist of a superspy rather than a gizmo that one would wear in a futuristic science fiction society. Definitely the highest resolution camera ever incorporated into a smartwatch to date from what we have seen so far, the Hyetis Crossbow will boast of connectivity to Android, iOS and Windows Phone 8 devices, now how about that?
Important details such as messages, weather and email will be able to show up on the timeface of the watch, in addition to whatever wireless connection that you are hooked up to at that point in time. Connectivity options will comprise of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC. An inductive charging pod will be used to juice up this technologically advanced timepiece, and just in case you cannot wait to drop some serious coin for this, no pre-orders are being accepted by Hyetis just yet. The thing is, when pre-orders open, one of these timepieces will cost you a whopping $1,200 – and to think there isn’t even a single piece of bling on it!
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