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SWaP Classic

sWaP Classic
Manufacturer sWaP (smart Watch and Phone)
Compatible networks GSM 900/1800/1900MHz
Availability by country 2010
Form factor Watch
Dimensions 175 × 110 × 90 mm
Weight 160 g
Memory 128+32MB built-in flash memory (used by OS system)
Removable storage 2GB Micro SD card as standard
Battery 450mAh
Data inputs Touchscreen
Display 1.50”
Rear camera 1.3 MP photo/video
Connectivity CSR original V2.0, A2DP Supports Bluetooth stereo output for music

The sWaP Classic is an unlocked tri-band watch phone. It has a multimedia player and recorder for music (mp3) and video (mp4), a WAP 2.0 web browser, a 1.3MP camera, basic handwriting recognition and an e-reader that supports only text files.

Comes with a 2GB SD card. It has a Phone Book with up to 500 Entries. It can be connected to a computer through a USB cable and the swappable SD card will be recognized as a mass storage device for file management.

As a phone, it can be used in conjunction with a Bluetooth headset and can operate in a hands free manner, also it's Bluetooth functionality supports stereo Bluetooth for wireless music playing. It offers a talk-time of up to 200 minutes and up to 110 hours on standby.

sWaP released a new model called the sWaP Rebel on December 2010 at a price of £189.99 (including VAT) and it's sold on and Harrods among others.


External links

  • Official Web Site
  • sWaP Classic
  • SWAP Classic: Smart Watch And Phone
  • Swap Rebel watch phone laughs at your wrist-mounted iPod nano
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