A smartwatch is a thing of the past, and it looks to be fading into history with the arrival of Dolar, the latest smartwatch from French startup Dolar.
The Dolar is a 4K-resolution, 360-degree, motion-tracking monitor with a 13-inch display.
It also has an integrated motion tracking camera, a microphone, and a microphone with built-in speakers.
But it is the camera that really stands out, as the Dolar sports a resolution of 1,600 x 2,160 pixels.
Its resolution is similar to that of the Samsung Gear VR, but with a resolution that is much higher, at 2,920 x 1,440 pixels.
Dolar says that this resolution can handle high-end video, gaming, and entertainment applications, which is good news for those who want to take their smartwatch beyond the typical “smartphone.”
Dolar says its motion tracking technology is a “game-changer,” and it is possible to use it to detect motion, track objects, and create 360-degrees of tracking.
The Dolar has a battery life of around 5 hours, which should be enough for most people.DOLPHIN DURAN, a 4k-resolution 360-Directional Smartwatch, with motion tracking Camera, microphone, speakers.
Source The Huffington Posts This is a great news for anyone who wants to run their own video games on their wrist, or any other kind of video game, as Dolar’s device allows them to use their phone as a gaming controller.DURAN is not the first smartwatch that has had the technology used in its name.
The Asus ZenWatch 2 also has a resolution 1,920 X 1,080 pixels, and the LG G Watch R has a 2,560 x 1 (480 x 240) resolution.
The DOLPHin DURANS 4K resolution has been touted as the first 4K smartwatch, and its resolution makes it possible for apps to run on the device.
Dolar claims that its technology will allow developers to “create more immersive, compelling, and realistic virtual reality experiences.”DOLPAIR DURANTES 4K Smartwatch is out now for $229.99 and is available to pre-order.
You can also buy DOLPAIRT DURANDES 4k Smartwatch right now for just $129.99.