The Omate TrueSmart smartwatch is a fully waterproof, fully independent smartwatch that runs on Android. The watch is expected to ship in February 2014

The Basics

  • Models: One
  • Pricing: $199
  • Smartphone Compatitibility - Standalone Android smartwatch
  • Water resistant: Yes - IP67 (up to 30 minutes, 1 meter underwater) 
  • Third party apps: yes, select Android apps



  • Dual Core Cortex A7 ¨C 1.3GHz
  • Water resistance: IP67 (up to 30 minutes, 1 meter underwater) 
  • Omate UI 1.0 / Android 4.2.2
  • 1.54" TFT by LG display (240 x 240)
  • Multi-touch Capacitive Touch Screen
  • 2G GSM: GPRS class 12 EDGE Multi-Slot Class 12
  • 3G WCDMA: HSPA 7.2Mbps/5.76Mbps
  • WiFi: IEEE 802.11b/g/n; Bluetooth 4.0; GPS
  • Embedded 5Mpixel camera / 480p @ 30fps video recording
  • Memory: 512MB + 4GB + (optional 8/16/32GB)
  • Micro SIM card
  • 600 mAh battery: up to 100 hours standby time
  • Audio Speaker & Microphone
  • Messaging Hub: SMS/MMS/Email/SNS
  • G-sensor, E-Compass, Gyroscope, IP67?
  • Voice Control / Gesture Control / LBS

The Story

The OMATE smartwatch was a result of work that Laurent Le Pen and associates had done around ruggedized computing with Sonim. After making a couple of key breakhroughs in their development such as placement of the GPS and 3G radio in the watch's wristband, the company decided to push forward and create a smartwatch. OMATE launches its Kickstarter campaign on August 21, 2013 and less than a day later reached its funding target of $100 thousand. The campaign ended with $1,032,352. The watch is expected to ship in February 2014

Omate TrueSmart Creator Interview: CEO Laurent Le Pen

Kickstarter Video