The debate rages on between the smartwatch that's really a watch, and the mini-phone that's parading as a smartwatch. The Exetech XS-3 fits into the later category, packing in more features than in some current phones.
The Android-powered Exetech runs on a dual-core processor with 2GB of storage and is also sporting mirco-SIM & microSD slots. There's 2MP camera along with a 420mAh battery to power it all, and that can be replaced should the need arise. It will have full access to Google Play, but that means running apps on the 1.54" 240x240 LCD screen. It's also fairly big and bulky by comparison, but that's so it can have all those goodies packed inside. It does look more like a watch than the Neptune Pine though, so we'll give it that.
The XS-3 is available now in black for the nutty price of $485USD with a white version coming soon. It's definitely at the top of the price range for current devices, and thusly we're not quite sure it's worth all that cash, for now anyway.