Other than rumors of a particular device making its rounds more and more frequently, alongside leaks and potential User Agent Profiles, you know for sure that the device in question is well on its way to be released to the masses. I suppose the same can also be said when that device picks up a nod of approval from the folks over at the FCC. Case in point, the Omate TrueSmart smartwatch that actually carries the innards of a highly affordable Android device, allowing you to pair it up with a compatible smartphone, to be able to trap it to your wrist, and to check out incoming notifications without having to pull your smartphone out from the pocket. It has already been approved by the FCC, which means Omate’s plan to ship the smartwatch soon will bear fruit not too long from now.
Here is a little bit of history lesson on the Omate TrueSmart smartwatch – it swatted its Kickstarter goal in just a couple of days, raising over a million dollars last year. The thing is, the ship date for the Omate TrueSmart smartwatch has been pushed back a few times, but I guess things are set to change from now on. Are you looking forward to wearing the Omate TrueSmart smartwatch on your wrist?
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