The watch features a 1.54-inch curved capacitive TFT LCD with 240 x 240 pixel resolution, a first of its kind according to the company. It’s powered by a Freescale IMX233 application processor with 64MB of RAM and 4GB of flash storage for your media. It also packs in Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR for smartphone tethering and a 450mAh Li-Po battery that lasts about three hours on speakerphone use or up to two days in standby. Naturally, it also includes a mic, speaker, and headphone jack. Note, the I’m Watch, like Sony Ericsson’s LiveView, does not include a cellular radio (or SIM slot). The company claims compatibility with iPhone 3GS (with iOS 4.3 or superior), iPhone 4 / 4S, “Android phones” (all of them?), and then Blackberry and Windows Phone 7 sometime in 2012.
Most important: people won’t point at you playing with your cell phone to check g+, twitter or facebook anymore.. Just pretend that you’re checking your time.