The Alcatel Onetouch Watch, which made its debut at this year’s CES 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada, is now available to pre-order.
The smartwatch is a thin wearable with a battery life that Alcatel Onetouch says will last between two and five days, depending on usage. What’s more, the watch doesn’t actually run Android Wear, Google’s answer to the smartwatch market, but instead runs a proprietary software that can connect just as easily to iOS as it does Android.
The new watch will come in only one model to start, which features a silver case and a black band. The wearable will be able to run a few apps on its face, and the Onetouch Watch will be able to help wearers track their fitness and keep up with notifications. All of that for $149.99.
Alcatel Onetouch says that the wearable will ship within 30 days of ordering, and the website indicates April 30 as an availability date. Do you plan on picking one up?
[via Alcatel Onetouch]