The Geak smartwatch - which runs Android Jelly Bean (Android 4.1) - is powered by an Ingenic JZ4774 MIPS processor clocked @ a cool 1 GHz.
Additional key specs? WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC support, 512MB RAM, 4GB NAND flash and a .55″ LED capacitive touch screen (OGS) with 240 × 240 resolution.
As expected, the device offers the ability to install Android apps directly from Google's expansive app store, and is also equipped with the usual sensor lineup including geomagnetic, G-Sensor and Gyroscope, as well as a 330mAh lithium polymer battery.
According to the folks at CNX Software, the watch is water-resistant (IP3X) and can be used to monitor heartbeat and blood pressure, most likely via Bluetooth. Oh, and yes, it can also act as a pedometer or smartphone remote to snap pictures.
"[We're] not quite sure you’d actually see a live stream of the camera on the watch, as the image above seems to imply, but interesting nonetheless," the CNX crew noted.
"The firmware will be updated via OTA. Oh, and almost forgot… It can also display the time, you know, like an actual watch."
The Geak Watch is slated to hit the streets in China for approximately $325 this July.