ZTE Mobile Devices announced mamorino Watch will be available in Japan from late March to help parents track their children. The company in partnership with KDDI developed the world’s first VoLTE kid’s watch for preschool or young schoolchildren.
VoLTE Watch offers easy-to-operate features like a touch panel, speech recognition, voice calling facility, and waterproof and dustproof technology. Children can use the 1.4-inch TFT LCD touch panel and operate the watch with a voice command. After several years of research and survey with the parent, the company developed a specification of mamorino watch.
This device helps and aware parents to confirm the whereabouts of their children and tracking the child’s varied daily schedule. Keeping the children’s choice, the device is designed beautifully and comes with various dial screens, wallpaper choice and automatically adjusted brightness feature.
On the launch of the device Jacky Zhang, CEO of EMEA and APAC, ZTE Mobile Devices says
“We’re happy to work with KDDI to benefit children’s communication and safety in Japan, all while providing an optimum user experience. Mamorino Watch will help give parents much-needed peace of mind throughout the duration of their children’s schedules. This is just another way in which ZTE’s smart lifestyle innovations bring more convenience and security to users.”
Here is how it works,
After the school is over or during the play time the curfew alarm notifies them and parents can stay connected by voice calling or SMS or track them through GPS. In addition, parents of the children using mamorino Watch can connect them through a smartphone app and monitor the distance to avoid losing their children.