Emopulse is offering a glimpse of the future with a curved display smartphone that wraps around your wrist like a bracelet. Their new product is called Smile. With a slew of built-in sensors the device can understand voice commands, read your mood, monitor your diet and health, and can even control how awake you are as well as your sleep stages and your dream time. And if you’re in trouble, the Smile will call for help.
Of course, Smile can be used as an independent cell phone to make and receive calls. To answer a call, press a button, or just say “Yes” or use any other affirmative word. You do not have to memorize command words, since the Smile understands your natural language.
With built-in wireless NFC payment system Smile users can wave their hand above the sensor of a wireless payment system at the check-out to pay. Of course, you will have to have linked your bank account or credit card account number beforehand.
As a nice add-on feature, the Smile’s memory can store all of your personal key information including permanent keys for your house, garage, office and car and temporary ones for your hotel or season tickets. The Smile’s memory will also hold a large amount of discount card information. Eventually it should be able to receive, copy, and store e-ticket information as well.
Price and Availability
Pre-orders are being accepted at http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/watches-of-the-future for $300 to $600.
|Flash memory||128 Gb / 256 Gb|
|Wireless interface||Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, FM radio|
|Wire interface||USB 3.0, Thunderbolt|
|Sensors||Three-axis gyroscope, accelerometer, e-compass, luminance sensor, body temperature infrared sensor, pulse-meter, emo-sensors.|
|Сharging||Wireless charging technology|