If Dick Tracy had an iPhone, it would look something like the i'm watch, an Italian-made watch that lets you receive emails, calls and SMS on your wrist, as well as check Twitter and Facebook. At first glance it appears to be 'inspired' by Apple's interface and clean lines, but the keen eye will notice it's running Android even if the video is very careful about making any mention of that word. The little BlueTooth icon on the screen makes me think that you still need a regular phone nearby to get 3G service, though.
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