Kempler & Strauss's WPhone is certainly not the world's first wristwatch phone, but strives to the world's smallest one. It comes with a touchscreen display, 4 gigs worth of onboard storage, a microSD card slot, a Bluetooth Communicator handsfree and quad-band GSM connectivity.
While we are waiting for more details on the Samsung S9110 - the direct competitor of the LG's watch phone, Kempler & Strauss presented their WPhone.
The WPhone resembles the S9110, but is more compact with some serious 4GB onboard storage, which is even expandable via a microSD slot. The WPhone does not have 3G needed for doing video calls, but has VGA camera just in case.
The Kempler & Strauss WPhone package includes their stylish Bluetooth headset - the Communicator - which is specially designed for the WPhone.
The WPhone is smaller than its competitors and this might turn the deal-seal along with its 199 US dollars price.