ZTE launches world’s first VoLTE smartwatch for kids

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ZTE Mobile Devices has launched the world’s first VoLTE smartwatch for kids, named mamorino. The watch will be available by March end in Japan through KDDI and the Okinawa Cellular Telephone Company. Developed for preschool or young schoolchildren, the waterproof and dust-proof watch offers unique, easy-to-operate features such as touch panel and speech recognition.

“We’re happy to work with KDDI to benefit children’s communication and safety in Japan, all while providing an optimum user experience. mamorino Watch will help give parents much-needed peace of mind throughout the duration of their children’s schedules. This is just another way in which ZTE’s smart lifestyle innovations bring more convenience and security to users,” said Jacky Zhang, CEO of EMEA and APAC, ZTE Mobile Devices.

The device is designed to help parents confirm the whereabouts of their children, and therefore establish better awareness for them. This device also assists in tracking the child’s varied daily schedule.

The company surveyed parents to research, evaluate and develop specifications for mamorino Watch. The watch complements a child’s daily life with ease, enabled by its technology. Users can change mamorino Watch to either a watch type or pendant type.
The watch comes with various dial screens and wallpaper-choices, and the screen automatically adjusts its brightness depending on its surroundings’ brightness. In safety features, parents can connect to their child’s mamorino Watch through a smartphone app for monitoring distance and to avoid losing a child.

mamorino Watch comes with an easy touch-screen measuring approximately 1.4-inch TFT LCD. Children can alternatively use voice-command to operate the watch, with speech recognition powered by Nuance’s Dragon Speech.

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