Smart Watches

Alcatel Onetouch watch

Overview

2.9
Based on 4 Pro Reviews
1%
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Battery life
5 days
GPS
No
Anti-scratch lens
No

Specification

Features & Technology

Resolution 240 x 204
Sensors
  • Accelerometer
  • Heart rate monitor
  • Altimeter
  • Compass
  • Gyrometer
  • Ambient light sensor
Display Type Tft lcd
Touch Yes
Multi-touch No
Battery Capacity 210 mah
Charging Connection
  • Micro usb
Wireless Connectivity
  • Bluetooth 4.0+
  • Nfc

Body

Water Resistance 1m (splash proof)
Dust Resistance Dustproof and waterproof
Wristband Options
  • White
  • Black/red
  • Metal white
  • Chrome
Replaceable Wristband No
Anti-scratch lens No

Notifications

Notifications
  • Calendar reminder
  • E-mail
  • Facebook
  • Incoming call
  • Missed call
  • Text message
  • Twitter
  • Weather
  • Specific apps
  • Alarm
  • Google voice
Incoming Notifications Type
  • Whole content
Notification Methods
  • Vibration
  • Screen backlight
Remote Features
  • Music control
  • Voice control
  • Camera control
  • Find my phone

More Info

Additional Features
  • Compass

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Reviews

Pro Reviews

Engadget
3.0
This is Alcatel OneTouch's first stab at making a smartwatch, and it's obvious the company's not drawing from a vast pool of experience. Despite the goal of delivering a polished, attractive smartwatch with a reasonable price tag, the Alcatel OneTouch Watch feels eagerly amateurish at best and just poorly thought out at worst.
read full review at Engadget
techradar
2.5
The Alcatel OneTouch should find an audience with those who want a low-cost smartwatch. However, most of them would be better served with the similarly priced Sony Smartwatch 3.
read full review at techradar
Wareable
3.0
We fully expected the Alcatel Watch to be unresponsive, cheap-looking and bulky but it isn’t. Sure, you can see and feel that it's not built of the most premium materials and parts but, for anyone looking for basic fitness tracker features, as well as smartwatch notifications, on a device that looks pretty decent - then the OneTouch Watch could be the answer. However, there are parts of the Watch that are completely awful. The strap and comfort, the fact the connection drops all the time and the poor flick to life action response all come to mind. It’s also important to remember that, while somewhat cheap, you could pick up a Moto 360 or a rubber strapped Sony SmartWatch 3 for not a great deal more. It’s a decent effort from Alcatel, but not one we can fully endorse.
read full review at Wareable
CNET
3.0
The Alcatel OneTouch Watch is an affordable and reasonably attractive basic smartwatch, but it doesn't work well enough to justify choosing one over better and increasingly comparably priced alternatives.
read full review at CNET