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Here is what you get if you combine the No.1 G7 convertible watch/phone with the LEMFO LEM4/DM98. It’s more like the G7 internally as a dual-mode device, but more like the LEM4 in overall size and physical appearance. You really can’t tell that this is a Bluetooth capable phone until you actually tether it, then the dialing apps change to reflect both SIM and Bluetooth calling support.
Unfortunately the tethering app, only accessible from scanning the QR code, doesn’t install in my Android phone and there’s no version in the Google Play Store, so there’s no way to demo the tethering aspect beyond phone call tethering (in the full review). Hopefully this will be fixed by the time you are reading this and you can successfully tether your i5S.
Here’s the full review of the i5S smartwatch:
And here’s a reminder about the No.1 G7:
And this is the video about the LEMFO LEM4/DM98:
UPDATE: I tried downloading the app to my computer and sideloading it to the phone like I do with other apps, and finally got it to install on the watch. Now I’m really disappointed! There’s no heart rate sensor on the watch, but there is a whole section for that in the app! From what I can tell, the app reports the step count on the watch when you go into the training mode with either run or watlk. It computes calories burned and distance traveled, but it is not based on your age, gender, height, weight, etc., as there’s no place to enter that in the app or on the watch. It works for find your phone and anti lost (who could loose this big thing!). It seems to support push notifications and sleep tracking as well, so that’s good. There’s no connection between the app and the onwatch social apps, like Facebook and Twitter. Those appear to be standalone and integrated with the SIM for cell data, not connectable through the phone via Bluetooth, either using the app or directly tethered. All in all, not impressed with the app, which still is only available through a China download.