Thursday, July 7, 2016

Banaus BS19 Dual Mode Apple Clone Smartwatch: Looks Like An Apple, watch hints and tips news.

The most persistent, never ending question I get regarding the Android standalone smart watches that use a SIM card for calling is how to make it work with a smartphone to place and receive calls. To date -- July 2016 -- there is NO watch on the market that has true tethering capability (phone calls, MMS/SMS, notifications, etc.) AND supports downloading apps from the Google Play Store. If you EVER hear of such a watch, PLEASE let me(us) know in the comments.

Until then, I'll keep covering the Android app capable watches as they come out, but I wanted to show you the potential for the future in this surprisingly nice Apple Watch clone, the Banaus BS19.

I did a series of videos on a very basic Apple Watch clone one a year ago before the Apple Watch was even released. Since then technology (and cloning) has improved, and today we have a watch that, in some ways, is even better than the Apple Watch unreleased next edition! Why? Well, for one, it has an ONBOARD CAMERA for selfies and -- in the future -- voice calls/messaging/etc. It also has provisions for a SIM card to allow true calling and texting from the watch without needing a phone. It does support the true tethering, so it will work with the phone -- both Apple and Android -- but it can stand alone as well.

This is actually a worthy contender for a spot on your arm. Of the tethering watches out there -- and there are hundreds -- this one has both SIM and tethering, front facing camera, sleek "Apple like" design, and low price. If you don't need all that fancy mumbo jumbo of a tiny Android phone on your arm, then give this watch a serious look.

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