IQI Tech’s SOLID I2 Android 5.1 Round Smartwatch: Unboxing and 1st Look
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Here we go again! Just after introducing a new class of square smartwatches based on true Android 5.1, we are privileged to unveil the Round style of Android 5.1 watches, starting with the Shenzhen IQI Technology Co. watch, the I2.
As you will see in this video, there are some new innovations never before seen, like three different ways of showing your apps on the screen, and three tiers of menus accessible by sliding left and right.
But beyond all that, this looks like a solid, stable entry into the growing true Android marketplace, an arena where really smart watches command prices less than half of their Android Wear counterparts.
We mentioned two excellent sources for more information on this watch in the video, and these are the followup links to go, read, and subscribe:
XDA Developers Forum
As soon as the full tech team has their I2 watches and have had time to evaluate them, you will be able to read their thoughts, suggestions, and responses to questions from both of these sources.
There will be lots of questions, no doubt, about tethering, standalone SIM operation, fitness interface, and more. For first hand answers to your burning questions, please ask them on the G+ Community and XDA Forum websites. I can answer some, but I may refer you over there if was you ask is outside my expertise. We are a team doing this, and my piece is preparing and hosting these videos. We may have someone else take over responding to your questions so you get the best answers.
Here’s a direct link to the manufacturer’s website as well:
As always, thanks for watching, and please consider subscribing here on YouTube and at both the G+ and XDA sites.
Here is a relatively complete list of recommended Apps for Android watches: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9kfip8cYm1nSnpDN3o5TC1xRk0