Hyetis smartwatch promises to be half Lumia 1020, half smartwatch

Jordan O'Brien
August 14, 2013

It seems that everyone wants to get in on the smartwatch game, and it turns out it’s not just mobile phone manufacturers, with Hyetis announcing plans for a smartwatch packed full of features.

One of the most notable features is the fact the inclusion of a 41-megapixel camera — very similar to what we have seen on the Lumia 1020.

Whilst a watch may not be the best place for a camera, it won’t be the only thing that the Hyetis Crossbow can do. According to the Swiss manufacturer, the Crossbow is capable of interacting with iOS, Android and even Windows Phone and will feature WiFi, Bluetooth and NFC connectivity.

Whilst there’s nothing to say that this is real, Hyetis is hoping that someone will cough up the $1,200 to buy one, which comes complete with Biometric sensors.

Source: Engadget

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