NO.1 D7 Android Watch Comes With A Big Battery & Priced At $80

If you are in the market for a new smartwatch, then you might want to take a look at the NO.1 D7 Android smartwatch. This is a newly-released smartwatch from NO.1 and is designed to be an affordable option, compared to what seems to be a continued rising cost of smartwatches. However, differently to most other Android-based smartwatches, this smartwatch does not come running on Android Wear, but does come running on Android. In fact, it comes running on Android 4.4.

One of the big features on offer with the NO.1 D7 is that it comes with a 500 mAh battery. Which is significantly larger than what you will find on most other smartwatches currently available. So much so that NO.1 states the battery on the D7 should be able to offer nearly double the amount of standby time compared to most other smartwatches. The company has even released a new video this week showcasing the various benefits on offer with the increase in battery capacity, which you can check out in full below. Moving passed the battery, in terms of the rest of the specs, the NO.1 D7 comes loaded with a 1.3-inch display, 1GB RAM, 8GB internal storage and is powered by a MediaTek MTK6572 processor. The watch does make use of Bluetooth 4.0 to establish a connection and can be used with pretty much every Bluetooth-enabled smartphone currently available. There are also a number of other features worth noting as well, including support for WCDMA 3G and WIFI (for a more independent level of usage), a 316L metal casing, a leather strap, a heart rate monitor, pedometer, NFC, and more.

Of course, the biggest point to note here is the price as this is designed to be a super-affordable smartwatch as it is only priced at $80 to buy. Which for the level of battery capacity on offer, the specs in general, and the design, makes this an interesting smartwatch to consider. You can find more about the NO.1 D7 by heading through the link below or check out the latest video below for more details on that extended level of battery life, as well as some of the other notable features on offer with the NO.1 D7.

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