The makers of the Neptune Duo want to pair a smartphone and smart wristband.
There’s not much on the surface to set it apart from the myriad other smartwatches on the market, yet this is interesting because it puts far more emphasis on the wearable, while the traditional phone is more the accessory.
For instance, you put your SIM card directly into the band. The phone is intended to give you greater control over the band and act as a larger screen for viewing media and so on.
I’m still on the fence with smartwatches and the like, but I’m intrigued by the different strategy this manufacturer is taking. I’d like to try it out if only to flip my entire on-the-go connectedness on its head, just as an experiment.
That said, I would be most annoyed if the battery on the band ran out and I couldn’t make a call even though I had this otherwise perfectly functional phone-like brick in my hand.
A curved, non-flexible physical design structure is matched with a speaker and microphone, coupled with internal capabilities such as a quad-core processor; 64 GB of storage, Wi-Fi, a GPS, and Bluetooth connectivity. Full efficiency is achieved through the Neptune Pocket, which can be used to charge the Hub on-the-go. Pre-orders can now be placed on Neptune’s official webpage.