Omate's water-resistant smartwatch still has 14 days left to go on Kickstarter, but it's already passed its $100K (as of this writing, the project's raised $583K).
TrueSmart, which runs a custom version of Android 4.2.2, stands to be a major player in the market because it's a stand-alone device that does not need a smartphone near it to run apps. Screenshots of the user interface look promising. The 3G-, Bluetooth-, and WiFi-enabled device also has a 5MP camera, built-in speaker/microphone, and an expandable microSD slot.
Omate hopes to ship the units to Kickstarter supporters in November.