Developer working on ‘smart watch’ 3 “screen




The design company Rufus Labs has developed a bracelet with a 3 “screen and a customized version of Android 4.4. These ‘smart watch’ will be released via an IndieGoGo campaign and should be shipped in September.

The so-called Rufus Cuff is worn as a smart watch, but with its 3 “screen is significantly larger than other models. According to the developer Android 4.4 running it on the device and there is full access to all functions, including the Play Store to install apps. however, the author seems to have adapted the interface.

Furthermore, Rufus Labs announced that its ‘smart watch’ runs on a processor from Texas Instruments, which is based on the outdated Cortex A8 core. In addition, the screen resolution of 400×240 pixels is relatively low. There is 2GB ram built while 16GB is available for storage. A connection with a smartphone can be made via Bluetooth 4.0, while Rufus Cuff via WiFi 802.11n can also provide. Himself for his Internet

The smart watch is linking to a smartphone that runs on Android or iOS. Depending on the selected coupling the Rufus Cuff can be operated by voice control via Google or Apple’s Siri Now. It is partly possible to receive notifications. Smartphone on the smart watch Developers have the ability to self-adjust. The Android system on the cuff to Rufus For this, after the release a development community set up, according to the maker.

Rufus Developer Labs has an IndieGoGo campaign designed to absorb the cost. production With one week to go, it seems that the company derives its purpose; scheduled smart watches to be delivered to their buyers in September.



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