Building a smartwatch that functions equally well with Android and iOS is difficult, but make one that supports Android, iOS and Windows is (almost) impossible. Except for OXY Technologies, asking for help to produce OXY Smartwatch, a watch that – in fact – is a rare exception. To be precise, OXY can be combined with smartphones running Android 4.3 (or later), iPhone OS 8 (or higher) and Windows 10 via Bluetooth 4.1. Blackberry OS is missing, it still represents a small slice of the market, but already provide support for three of the major operating systems in circulation is a great achievement.
OXY is an “unconventional smartwatch” has ELF OS operating system based on Android 5.1 Lollipop and open source to allow developers to create applications and software for this new OS. The watch will be available in two shapes (round and square) and two colors (black or silver), to give users the ability to choose the model that best fits your style.
Inside Case 316L stainless steel, we are a MIPS processor Ingenics M200 dual-core 1.2GHz processor with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of ROM. Both versions incorporate a glass AMOLED display with Gorilla Glass: square by 1.63 inches (320 x 320 pixels) and round from 1:39 inch (400 x 400 pixels). No shortage sensors (gyroscope, accelerometer, heart rate monitor, magnetometer, proximity sensor and ambient), an 802.11n WiFi module and a speaker with microphone. And ‘waterproof (IP67) and is equipped with a battery from 350 mAh to a range of a maximum of 3 days.
OXY smartwatch is not yet for sale, but if you believe in the project, you can fund it on Indiegogo. The goal is $ 250,000 and for now the team has collected only 6% ($ 16,000). The first 50 early-bird managed to win the bids for $ 199, but now the contributions start at $ 239 (another 150 units) and $ 250 for an Oxy Pro, which includes an OXY smartwatch three straps. The campaign will last until January 2016, while shipments will start in June and July 2016.