Janus & Lokmat X360 Android SmartWatch
The Janus and Lokmat X360 are standalone smartwatches running a customized version of Android 7.1. This customized version of Android gives the user full access to the Google Play Store and most of a smartphone’s functions in a smartwatch. Unfortunately, the Janus Smartwatch seems to not be available any longer so you may want to consider the X360.
Janus & Lokmat X360
What you get
The Janus and Lokmat X360 are very similar and don’t require separate posts. Both weigh approximately 80g and are some of the first Android 7.1.1 smartwatches with a 5MP dual-camera setup. They feature a 1.6″ IPS display running a resolution of 320*320 and have non-removable leather and silica gel straps.
Both have a nano sim card slot, heart-rate monitor, and 4-pin connection for charging and data transfer on the back. The only difference between the two is the battery size since firmware updates have fixed the GPS on the Lokmat x360.
The Lokmat X360 has a 620mAh battery while the Janus’ is 800mAH. Both run the MT6739 quadcore processor clocked at 1.25Ghz with battery life ranging between 2-3 days. The Janus will get closer to 3 days as it does have the larger battery.
The Janus and Lokmat X360 has 3GB of ram and 32GB of internal storage, and neither has 1GB/16GB options. The navigation is fluid, and you won’t experience much lag – if any. Both watches come with a “Life WaterProof” rating, which is IP67, making them safe from light rain and sweat. Submerging them can cause severe damage.
The Lokmat X360 and Janus have a 4G LTE radio unlocked for any GSM carrier. Check below to see if your area supports the bands. In the United States, T-mobile, AT&T, Cricket, and MetroPCS work fine. Bluetooth 4.0 is available for using headphones or sending and receiving files; however, there is no Bluetooth calling with Android 7.1.1 devices due to Google’s restrictions.
GPS is an area where these two smartwatches differed. When the Lokmat X360 initially launched, it didn’t offer GPS tracking for its built-in fitness applications, and the pedometer would be used to calculate distance. Since then, firmware updates have been pushed out to correct the error. The GPS issue is something that all full Android smartwatches suffered until the manufacturers pushed out new firmware.
The Janus always had GPS functionality for the included fitness apps and GPS for Google Maps, Uber, Yelp, etc.
Android smartwatches come with their fitness applications with Outdoor Running, Walking, Indoor Running, Bike Riding, and a few others. Additionally, you can install Google Fit or any fitness app from the Google Play Store. The built-in apps are easy to access and baked into the widgets.
Both watches use WiiWatch 2 app to pair with your smartwatch; however, pairing restricts some of the smartwatch’s capabilities. If you’re wearing them and have a different number (sim), you can respond to notifications and text. However, if you’re connected to Bluetooth and receive a text on your phone, you can see the message, but you can’t reply. To remedy this, you can install the Droid Assistant App.
Price History for Lokmat X360 4G
|Current Price||$209.70||November 30, 2020|
|Highest Price||$209.70||November 9, 2020|
|Lowest Price||$201.73||November 23, 2020|
Last price changes
|$209.70||November 28, 2020|
|$201.73||November 23, 2020|
|$209.70||November 9, 2020|