Said to be the world’s smartest wearable device, Neptune Duo is composed of two elements; a wristband called the Hub, that fits the wrist of the hand and the Pocket screen. The latter represents a 720p, 5 inch touchscreen device that pairs with the wearable wristband and allows the user to view information on a bigger screen.
However, most of the magic happens inside the Hub. It features a 2.4 curved touchscreen with multiple capabilities: 3G, 4G, Bluetooth, Wireless and even NFC (near field communication). Amazingly, it holds a quad-core processor, 64 GB of storage and a 1,000 MAh battery. The Hub runs Android Lollipop and allows the user to check news feeds, send texts, call and even track fitness progress. The other piece of the duo, the Pocket screen holds a 2,800 MAh of battery and features an 8 megapixel camera on the back along with a front facing camera of 2 MP. According to the young producer of Neptune, it should easily outlast Apple iWatch in terms of battery life.
The idea behind the Pocket screen is that it doesn’t need to be very smart. Most of the processing is done by the Hub, and so, if you lose your Pocket screen or it gets stolen from you, none of your personal information will be taken along with it. If it happens to quickly need the Pocket screen, you can use any, not necessarily your own. They are cross-compatible, so anyone’s Pocket screen will work with your Hub, without leaving any personal information behind.