Janus & Lokmat X360 Android SmartWatch
- All prices mentioned above are in United States dollar.
- This product is available at Aliexpress, eBay.
- At aliexpress.com you can purchase Lokmat X360 4G Smart Watch for only $149.99
- The lowest price of Janus Dual 4G Smartwatch was obtained on January 20, 2020 9:30 pm.
Janus & Lokmat X360 Android SmartWatch Prices
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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 the functions of a smartphone in a smartwatch.
Janus & Lokmat X360
What you get
The Janus and Lokmat X360 are too 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 at a resolution of 320*320, and have non-removable leather and silica gel straps.
There is a nano sim card slot, heart-rate monitor, and 4-pin connection for charging and data transfer on the back. The difference between the two is the battery size and GPS.
The Lokmat X360 has a 620mAh battery while the Janus’ is 800mAH. Both run the MT6739 quadcore processor clocked at 1.25Ghz and the battery life is between 2-3 days depending on your usage. You can extend battery life by using the battery saver mode but you sacrifice push notifications. Simply limit the number of installed apps and 4G usage in order to get the most out of your battery life.
The Janus and Lokmat X360 has 3GB of ram and 32GB of internal storage with no 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 basically an 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 but depending on the area, you might get LTE or 3G. Bluetooth 4.0 is available for using headphones or sending and receiving files, however, there is no Bluetooth calling with any Android 7.1.1 devices due to Google’s restrictions.
GPS is another area where these two smartwatches differed. Both devices have a GPS module but the X360 didn’t use it to track distance with the built-in fitness applications. The firmware has been updated and now it works just fine. The Janus always had this functionality. Using GPS for Google Maps, Uber, Yelp, and other apps work just fine with both devices and always have.
Android smartwatches come with their own fitness applications with activities such as Outdoor Running, Walking, Indoor Running, Bike Riding, and a few others. You can also install Google Fit or any fitness app from the Google Play Store. The built-in apps are nice, 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 it and have a separate number, 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. However, these two watches and all full Android smartwatches were created to be standalone devices and you’ll have a better experience if you use it that way.
Specification: Janus & Lokmat X360 Android SmartWatch
Alarm Clock, Answer Call, Calculators, Calendar, Call Reminder, Dial Call, Fitness Tracker, Heart Rate Tracker, Interactive Music, Message Reminder, Month, Passometer, Pedometer, Power Reserve, Push Message, Remote Control, Sleep Tracker, Speed Measurement, Week
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