Geeksme will be the first smartwatch signature Geeksphone and offer interesting features of quantification
The next MWC to be held in Barcelona from 2 to 5 March promises to be very fruitful in terms of new wearable technology is concerned, and especially the smartwatch could be one of the main protagonists of the show. Although we can not wait to try some as the newly introduced LG Watch Urbane, the company Geeksphone has already announced to be launched into the adventure of the smartwatch with Geeksme, a truly unique device and we show a preview.
Many Can you to meet this company for the blackphone, a unique smartphone that claims to be the safest in the world. Now, the company offers the first details of Geeksme, its first smartwatch of a new line of products that are coming along this 2015. What features are in this smartwatch?
First, it is committed to a circular screen with OLED touch technology, a trend increasingly adopted by manufacturers of smart watches. The frame will surround the display will be manufactured entirely in aluminum, an aspect which, judging by the schemes provided by the company, could look significantly to the Moto 360.
As for its functions, the Geeksme will focus especially on the quantification and therefore will feature some classic functions such as step count, distance, number of calories burned, physical activity, monitoring sleep, receive notifications and calls, among others. However, if there is a feature it called us very striking is the supposed ability of the device to measure our sexual performance and ecological footprint we leave on the environment.
Geeksme big unknowns: how to measure our sexual performance and ecological footprint?
The company has not offered details about how the Geeksme be able to measure our sexual performance or ecological footprint, but have assured that the device willoffer tips to help us have a more fulfilling sex life as well as reduce our level of pollution to the environment. On the other hand, also it is stressed social functions incorporating the clock, being able to share almost any achievement with our contacts.
Of course, there are still many more questions to uncover, such as which is the operating system for which he will choose the smartwatch. Will we have Android Wear or own OS? Availability and price of Geeksme be unveiled during MWC, although it is expected to hit the market from the second half of the year.