Android wrist watches are few in number, since the technologies used to make them are rather recent. That is why the appearance of the I'm Watch at MWC 2013 is noteworthy.
The small watch runs Android and connects to smartphones via Bluetooth.
It shows call notifications, displays SMS messages, also shows e-mail notifications and can let users play with apps without taking their phone out of their pocket or bag even once.
Phone and video calls will still need the phone itself to actually be used though.
The gallery below is made up of the hands-on photos of the I'm Watch that out colleague took while on site at Mobile World Congress (MWC 2013), in Barcelona, Spain.
Stay tuned for more close-up shots and details on the products brought there, like the Sony Xperia Tablet Z.
MWC 2013: Hands-On Shots of I'm Watch Wrist Device
Featuring Bluetooth, it is described as the world's first real smartwatch
I'm Watch smartwatch hands-on (12 Images)
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