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 LTE SmartWatch for only $145.99, which is 3% less than the cost in eBay ($150.00).
- The lowest price of Janus Dual Camera 4G Smartwatch was obtained on September 20, 2019 2:29 am.
Janus & Lokmat X360 Android SmartWatch Prices
Janus Android Smartwatch
The Janus is a standalone smartwatch running Android 7.1.1. Android Watch enthusiast will recognize that the Janus looks very similar to the Lokmat X360 because it is the same watch, with a twist. The difference between the two is the larger battery and GPS functionality on the Janus.
Since these two watches are so close, we won’t make a separate listing for each one. Instead, the sources and prices for both can be found below.
Janus & Lokmat X360
Both the Janus and X360 are circular smartwatches made of plastic and ceramic. These two were one of the first Android 7.1 smartwatches with a dual-camera setup. The front-facing camera is a 5MP and works fantastic for video calling. On the side, there is a 6MP camera that doesn’t have many use cases but takes decent photos nonetheless.
There are two physical buttons on the Janus and X360, the top button is used to turn on and wake the device, and the bottom button is used to go back. Long pressing the top button brings up your extended power menu with the options to reboot, power off, power save, or go to recent task.
On the back, you have the standard heart rate monitor, four-pin charging and data transfer connection, and a very difficult to open sim card tray.
Both the Janus and X360 feel like a high-quality watch, but I found the straps to be a little uncomfortable and non-removable.
The battery is one area where these two devices differ. The X360 has a 620mAh battery and the Janus was upgraded to an 800mAh. Both run the MT6739 quadcore processor clocked at 1.25ghz. This isn’t the MediaTek 6739 + NRF52840 dual processor with two operating modes, but the large batteries make up for it.
The Janus is my personal daily driver and I usually get around 2 days of battery life depending on usage. 4G LTE takes a heavy toll on the battery and I often set my watch to 2G or 3G to save battery life.
Both the Janus and X360 have 3GB of ram and 32GB of internal storage and you’ll have no problem installing as many apps as you like. The navigation is fluid, and anyone that has used an Android device will find their way around the OS just fine. Even though the watch is powered by Android 7.1.1, it’s a modified version of the OS with its own widgets and navigation panels.
Both watches come with a “Life WaterProof” resistance which basically means an IP67 rating. You should be ok with rain and sweat, but IP67 isn’t suitable for high-velocity water activities.
The Janus and X360 come with a 4G LTE radio unlocked for any carrier. You can check the specs below to see if your area supports the bands. In the United States, T-mobile, AT&T, and other GSM carriers work fine. Bluetooth 4.0 is available for using headphones or sending and receive files. However, there is no Bluetooth calling with any Android 7.1.1 devices due to Google restrictions.
GPS works excellent with applications like Google Maps and Uber but not with the built-in fitness applications provided by LokMat. However, things are different on the Janus. The Janus was updated and now has GPS tracking functionality with the built-in fitness applications.
Essentially, these Android smartwatches come with their own fitness applications with activities such as Outdoor Running, Walking, Indoor Running, Bike Riding, and a few others. If you want to track your distance using GPS, the watch doesn’t have that functionality even though GPS is on board, it uses the pedometer instead.
This is annoying because all manufacturers in 2019 know we want GPS tracking our activities. The problem isn’t that the applications use the pedometer, the problem is that you can’t change the widgets where the inaccurate data is shown. This isn’t good for fitness enthusiasts.
If you want GPS tracking on the LokMat X360, you’ll need to wait until they push an update to patch it or use Google Fit. The Janus has this functionality out of the box.
You can connect LEMFO LEM 10 to a smartphone via the WiiWatch 2 application, but you cannot reply to messages and notifications, only receive them.
Typically you can get some help from the manufacturer when you have a hardware or software-related issue. However, you may find the Full Android Watch forum helpful for tweaks, tricks, or to see what others in the community are doing with their full android smartwatches.
Do not purchase from one source because the price is cheaper. The devices are similar but have slight differences. The Janus can only be purchased on eBay for $150, while the Lockmat X360 can be purchased on Aliexpress.
Specification: Janus & Lokmat X360 Android SmartWatch
GSM: 850/900/1800/1900, LTE:B1/B2/B3/B5/B7/B8/B20/B38/B39/B40/B41, WCDMA: B1/B2/B5