There are a number of smartwatch models on the market, and some are trying to be separate nearly-phones with a SIM slot and 4G access. With the Kospet Hope, you can strike the word “almost” completely, because these watches are really equipped with virtually complete hardware from phones and would embarrass many low-end devices.
Kospet Hope is equipped with a circular 1.39-inch AMOLED display with 400 x 400 pixels resolution, MediaTek MT6739 processor, 3GB RAM, 32GB ROM, heart rate monitor, 8MP camera, Wi-Fi connection, GPS + Glonass chip, IP67 or 620mAh battery capacity. In addition, Geekbuying now offering it is only $129.99.
The Kospet Hope body itself is made of a combination of metal and ceramics for protection against moisture and dust IP67, While not diving, you can go to the wrist with a watch in the rain, the belt is a classic silicone.
The clock has a color and detail viewer that uses AMOLED technology, puts 400 × 400 pixels on the line, and its diagonal is 1.39 inches.
The hiding of the screen is a piece of hardware that would also honor a cheaper smartphone. The raw power of this device is provided by the MediaTek MT6739 chipset with a quad-core 64-bit processor with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage.
The watch, of course, has the same standard sensors as any competitor, pedometer, a heart rate monitor, and many other things that make them and exercise more effective with the help of their 9 modes.
In addition, Kospet Hope has a navigation system that can easily catch the signal of GLONASS satellites with the usual GPS.
The real kingdom is obviously the LTE modem of the clock since after the insertion of a NanoSIM, we can smoothly call, mobilize, and, as we wrote in the introduction, support the 800 MHz frequency.
The device runs Android 7.1.1 Nougat operating system, a version that has been adapted for hours and the device can be paired with any phone with at least Android 5.1 or iOS 8.0 thanks to the built-in Bluetooth 4.0 modem.
In this case, the clock will display notifications, messages and more in the usual way. Kospet Hope also has its own imaging unit, which takes 8MP after some software modification (the sensor is 5MP). With so many built-in features and hardware, you need the right amount of energy, with the 620mAh battery installed under the casing.
Kospet Hope is now available at the Geekbuying only for $129.99, which seems to be a good deal.