Shell Launched a Smartwatch that Transforms into a Phone

The new Shell Smartwatch aims to change the technology industry forever by being a smart watch as well as a smart phone, all at once providing people the convenience of being able to make calls on the go effortlessly.

While smartwatches are yet to find a mainstream audience, they are being widely used in the medical industry and for fitness purposes. The Shell wearable aims to provide the best of both worlds in a compact package.

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A detailed video has been posted by the manufacturer giving us a brief of how the speakers and mic on the watch can be moved into position to make a call. The best part is that this piece of craft seamlessly works with all major smartwatches in the market including the Moto 360, Samsung Gear, LG G Watch and Huawei Watch.

When the battery goes off, you can actually pump the two ends of the device so as to charge it up with the help of kinetic energy. The build is priced at $250 and a Commando Edition with radio communication and military grade finish is expected to sell for $400.

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