Kospet Vision Full Android Smartwatch
- All prices mentioned above are in United States dollar.
- This product is available at AliExpress, Gearbest.
- At aliexpress.com you can purchase KOSPET Vision 3GB 32GB 5.0MP Dual Camera GPS Sport Android Smart Watch 1.6 Inch 800MAh Bluetooth Smartwatch Men for IOS Android for only $145.68, which is 27% less than the cost in Gearbest ($199.60).
- The lowest price of Kospet Vision 4G was obtained on March 31, 2020 1:28 pm.
Kospet Vision Full Android Smartwatch Prices
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What you get
The Kospet Vision appears to be a hybrid of previous Kospet smartwatches with some upgrades. Perhaps a combination of the Kospet Optimus Pro and the Kospet Hope 4G is what they were going for. Regardless, the Vision is going in the same direction of most newer smartwatches with a dual-camera setup.
Both cameras are 5MP with the top camera being useful for video calling, selfies, and possibly facial recognition if they update the firmware. Both the Kospet Prime and Vision launched around the same time and I see no reason why the Vision wouldn’t get it with a future firmware update.
The Vision has a 1.6″ IPS display running a resolution of 320*320, making the screen larger than most Kospet smartwatches. On the back, you’ll find the sim card slot, heart rate monitor, and the four-pin charging and data transfer connection.
The straps are made of silicone and leather but are non-removable due to the GPS and 4G antennas placed inside. The overall design of the Kospet Vision is impressive but it’s slightly disappointing that it doesn’t have removable straps. With the two “accent” color options; blue and red, it would have been nice to change the straps to match.
The Vision weighs 86g and its dimensions are 27.40 x 5.08 x 1.75 cm. It’s still a large watch, but not as large as others in the market.
The Kospet Vision is running the MediaTek 6739 processor at 1.25Ghz with an 800mAH battery. Kospet claims 24 to 36 hours of usage from one charge, but your battery life will ultimately depend on how you use the device. 4G/LTE data and social media apps with push notifications can drain the battery faster that expected if you’re not careful. Still, on average, you should get a full 24-36 hours of usage.
The Vision has 3GB of ram and 32GB of internal storage with no 1GB/16GB option. As mentioned earlier, the Vision launched around the same time as the Prime. Recently, at CES, Kospet launched the Kospet Prime SE, which is a 1GB/16GB version of the Prime. Perhaps later this year they will launch a 1GB/16GB version of the Vision.
Navigation is fluid and responsive but as with all full Android smartwatches, you’ll often need to use the built-in application adapter by holding down the “power button” and selecting the icon at the top of the screen. It changes the orientation of the app from a circle to a square, allowing you to see more of the application’s content. See the Janus & Lokmat X360 review for pictures of what this looks like.
Finally, the Kospet Vision comes with an IP67 rating which they call “Life Waterproof”. This means the watch is safe from sweat and light rain.
The Kospet Vision has a 4G LTE radio unlocked for any GSM carrier. Check the specs 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 any Android 7.1.1 devices due to Google’s restrictions. Maybe that will change when devices with newer Android versions are released. GPS works excellent with Google Maps, Uber, Yelp, as well as the included Fitness applications provided by Kospet.
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 use the pedometer instead of the GPS module. At some point, the manufacturer will usually push out an update to fix this.
Fortunately, the Kospet Vision does have GPS integration with the included apps and you can also install Google Fit, which also works with the GPS module.
The Vision uses the WiiWatch 2 companion app to pair with your smartwatch; however, pairing them restricts some of the smartwatch’s capabilities like responding to text messages and notifications. The app is primarily used for changing watch faces and viewing health data.
There is a 1-year warranty for manufacturer defects and you should check the product pages for return policies. You might also find the Full Android Watch forum helpful for tweaks, tricks, and to see what others in the community are doing with their full android smartwatches. Also, xda-developers is a great source of information for Android devices in general.
Both the Kospet Vision and Kospet Prime launched around the same time. They’re very similar but the Prime is slightly larger and has a massive 1260mAH battery. If you prefer a smaller and less bulky looking smartwatch, the Vision is a good place to start but has a much smaller battery.
Additionally, the Prime has a 1G/16GB version that is more affordable at only $99 at this time.
Specification: Kospet Vision Full 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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