Smartwatches are becoming more and more popular these days as they provide almost all the major features that we get via our smartphones. Today, we bring you the review of yet another smartwatch from Domino named the Domino DM368. The design of this smartwatch will surely make you fell in love with it.
Smartwatches are synonymous with sharp and cool in my book. It just doesn’t get much better than the casual right-here, right-now of a handsome wristwatch combined with the world-at-your-fingertips features of a smartphone. Check out this review of one Domino model that really seems to have it all.
With The Domino DM368…
It’s All About Design
This smartwatch is built to travel the world with you—in style.
The design is something that makes it unique. The smartwatch comes with a stainless steel build along with the silicone strap. This whole combination makes the watch look and feel premium. The central part of the smartwatch is 1.2cm thick, and the silicone strap ensures that you don’t get any irritation in summers due to sweat. On the right, there is the On/Off button along with the microphone. Coming to the left, there is the speaker. The back of this smartwatch is made up of plastic, and the back features the heart rate sensor along with the charging pins. Also, there is a small port given at the bottom that allows you to put your 3G SIM card. As we are talking about the design, the color options include Black, White, and Red. Personally, I like the Red color options perfect. What about you?
Combining a stainless steel construction with the pure comfort of a soft silicone strap, the Domino DM368 will stick with you through wind and weather. Wait, I take that back. One of the great things about the silicone strap is the zero “stick” you get, even during a hot summer sweat. Irritation just isn’t this watch’s thing.
For all its comfort, though, the Domino DM368 manages to avoid the strictly sensible look. We’re still talking cool, and you can take your pick from among three solid color options: black, white and red.
It’s An All-Around Experience
Check out the right side of the Domino DM368, and you’ll find an on/off button and microphone. You’ll find your speaker on the left. A heart-rate sensor and charging pins are tucked into the plastic back, while a tiny port on the lower side of the watch sits ready for your 3G SIM card.
1.2 centimeters thick at its center, this smartwatch sports a bright, glare-resistant AMOLED screen that will give you a clear display even in full sun. Measuring 1.39 inches across, the round display is also hypersensitive.
The Domino DM368 features an AMOLED 1.39-inch round display with the space cutting technology. The resolution is 400×400 with a pixel density of 286ppi. The display is crisp and bright, and it can easily let you operate the screen in sunlight. The screen also has the hypersensitive touch that means the touchscreen is sensitive. This makes the touch experience more impressive.
We have seen a lot of Chinese smartwatches with MediaTek chipsets and well, the Domino DM368 is not an exception at all as it features the MediaTek MTK6580 Quad-Core chipset that is clocked at 1.3GHz. Coming to other memory aspects, we have 512MB RAM and 8GB internal storage. The RAM might disappoint you but believe me, at regular usage, this smartwatch works smooth. The only downside is the use of MediaTek instead if Snapdragon, which in my case is much faster than MediaTek.
Android 5.1 runs out of the box in the Domino DM368 Smartwatch so; the watch features Google’s material design, and the multi-tasking is going to be smooth. And ‘you can use YouTube, Telegram or navigate with the browser, in short everything you can do with a smartphone you can replicate the Domino course without expecting great performances. Coming to the battery, there is a 400mAh battery that can provide talk time of 2 and a half hours as per the company. Well, 400mAh is surely not a big battery so you can expect a difference in the standby time in reality as compared to that mentioned by the company.
Yeah, It’s Sensitive
Who wants a touchscreen that isn’t, right?
This watch looks awesome, and it isn’t all about looks. It’s just—a lot about looks.
Take A Look At The Specs…
Chipset: MediaTek MTK6580 Quad-Core with a clock speed of 1.3GHz
RAM: 512MG, ROM: 8GB
Battery: 400mAh—according to the company, that should give you about 2 ½ hours of talk time.
Software: Android 5.1
It may not have the fastest microprocessor out there, but for average use, the DM368 is smooth. Android 5.1 is its out-of-the-box operating system, so you’ll get a Google set-up with easy multi-tasking. Pretty much anything you can do on a smartphone, you can do on the Domino DM368, but do expect it to have a few limitations. It makes up for them with a few unique features.
Accurate heart rate monitoring while you’re on the go
Support for Nano-SIM card, WiFi, and Bluetooth 4.0
GPS for checking distance and directions
So Like I Said Starting Out…
The Domino DM368 is cool. It’s sharp. It works. Hey, it’s even affordable, checking out at under $90. Come at it with realistic expectations and you just might be blown away by its adventure-is-out-there design and cutting edge technology.
Since it is a smartwatch, surely it has some unique features. The Domino DM368 comes with Heart Rate Monitoring. So, with the accurate Heart Rate Sensor, the smartwatch will let you know your heart rate status anywhere and anytime. Also, as mentioned in the beginning, it is a 3G smartwatch, so it supports nano-SIM card and also supports WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0. DM368 also features GPS so even without your phone; you can check the distance you covered, the trail you need to take, etc.
Somehow, nice-looking smartphones that work like watches are old news. But a good-looking, heavy-duty watch that works like a smartphone? I never get tired of it.
Check out this Domino model and see what you think.