LEMFO LEM7 4G Cell 1GB/16GB Android 7 Smartwatch with 700 mAh Power Bank: Unboxing & 1st Look

#android, #app_android, #android_games, #datsfree.info



LEMFO LEM7 4G-LTE Watch Phone Equipped with 700 mAh Power Bank Camera Translation Tool: http://bit.ly/2GDkEPI ($15 OFF Coupon: lemfo4g) Help …

READ  10 COOL NEW Android Apps of the Month - OCT 2017


source

Bookmark the permalink.

43 Comments

  1. What about the camera of lemfu lem7?? Can i answer video call from it??

  2. I see the picture and was like “nice!” but then i see that bezel and I’m like WTF! It is more like false advertising! No lem7 for me thanks for showing the truth screen looks. It is also way to thick. I might try the lem5 pro. Nice video anyway 🙂

  3. Can I buy that power bank ????

  4. I have activated the gesture function, but when I rotate my wrist it does not show me the time. Could it be a hardware problem? thank you!

  5. lemfo lem 7 water resistent?

  6. All, I got this info from Signal Booster.com

    United States & Canada Service Providers

    Weak signals? Shop for signal booster by service provider.Carrier's Name3G Frequencies4G frequenciesAppalachian Wireless3G : 800 MHz, Band 0 (CDMA).4G : 700 MHz Block C, Band 13 (LTE).AT & T 3G : 850 MHz Cellular, Band 5 (GSM/ GPRS/ EDGE). 1900 MHz PCS , Band 2 (GSM/ GPRS/ EDGE). 850 MHz Cellular, Band 5 (UMTS/ HSPA+ up to 21 Mbit/s). 1900 MHz PCS , Band 2 (UMTS/ HSPA+ up to 21 Mbit/s). 4G : 700 MHz Lower B/C, Band 12/17 (LTE). 850 MHz Cellular, Band 5 (LTE). 1700/ 2100 MHz AWS, Band 4 (LTE). 1900 MHz PCS, Band 2 (LTE). 2300 MHz WCS, Band 30 (LTE).Bluegrass Cellular3G : 850 MHz, Band 0 (CDMA). 1900 MHz PCS, Band 1 (CDMA).4G : 700 MHz Upper Block C, Band 13 (LTE). 700 MHz Block A, Band 12 (LTE).Boost Mobile3G : 850 MHz Cellular, Band 5 (CDMA2000). 1900 MHz PCS, Band 1 (1xRTT/ 1xAdvanced/ EVDO/ eHRPD). 4G : 700 MHz Block C, Band 13 (LTE).C Spire3G : 800 MHz, Band 10 (CDMA). 700 MHz AWS Lower Block A/C, Band 12/13 (CDMA). 1900 MHz, Band 1 (CDMA).4G: 1700 MHz AWS, Band 4 (LTE). 1900 MHz, Band 2 (LTE). 1.9 GHz (LTE).Carolina West 3G : 800 MHz, Band 0 (CDMA).4G : 700 MHz Block C, Band 13 (LTE).Cellcom 3G : 700 MHz AWS 1 (CDMA2000). 800/ 1900 PCS MHz (CDMA2000).4G : 1800 AWS MHz, Band 3 (LTE).Cellular One3G : 850 MHz/ 1900 MHz (GSM).4G : 700 MHz Block C, Band 13 (LTE).Consumer Cellular3G : 850 MHz Cellular, Band 5 (GSM/ GPRS/ EDGE). 1900 MHz PCS, Band 2 (GSM/ GPRS/ EDGE).4G : 1700/ 2100 MHz AWS, Band 4 (LTE).Cricket Wireless3G : 850 MHz (GSM/ GPRS, 2.5 G). 1900 MHz PCS (GSM/ EDGE, 2.5 G). 850 MHz, Band 5 (UMTS/ HSDPA/ HSUPA/ HSPA+). 1900 MHz PCS, Band 2 (UMTS/ HSDPA/ HSUPA/ HSPA+).4G : 1900 MHz PCS, Band 2 (LTE). 1700/ 2100 MHz AWS 1, Band 4 (LTE). 700 MHz, Lower B/C, Band 17 (LTE). 2300 MHz WCS, Band 30 (LTE).FreedomPop3G : 800 MHz Secondary, BC10 (CDMA-CDMA2000 1xRTT/ CDMA2000 1xEV-DORel.0 /CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev A/CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev B). 1900 MHz PCS, BC1 (CDMA-CDMA2000 1xRTT/ CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rel. 0/CDMA2000. 1xEV-DO Rev A/CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev B).4G : 1900+ MHz, Band 25 (LTE). 850+ MHz, Band 26 (LTE). 2500 MHz TD, Band 41 (LTE).GCI Wireless3G : 1900 MHz (GSM/ HSPA). 1900/ 850 MHz (CDMA).4G : 2100/ 1700 MHz (LTE).Google Fi3G : 1900 MHz PCS (GSM-GPRS/ EDGE)
, 1900 MHz PCS, BC1 (CDMA-CDMAONE, CDMA2000 1xRTT, CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rel. 0, CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev A).
 Secondary 800 MHz, BC10 (CDMA-CDMAONE, CDMA2000 1xRTT, CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rel. 0, CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev A).
 1900 MHz PCS, Band 2 (UMTS-UMTS/ HSDPA, HSUPA, HSPA+).
 1700/ 2100 MHz AWS1, Band 4 (UMTS-UMTS/ HSDPA, HSUPA, HSPA+).
4G : 1900 MHz PCS, Band 2 (LTE).
 1700/ 2100 MHz AWS1, Band 4 (LTE).
 700 MHz AC, Band 12 (LTE).
 1900 + MHz, Band 25 (LTE). 850 + MHz, Band 26 (LTE).
 TD 2500 MHz, Band 41 (LTE).H2O Wireless3G : 850 MHz (GSM-GPRS/ EDGE).
 900 MHz PCS (GSM-GPRS/ EDGE).
 850 MHz, Band 5 (UMTS-UMTS/ HSDPA/ HSUPA/ HSPA+).
 1900 PCS, Band 2 (UMTS-UMTS/ HSDPA/ HSUPA/ HSPA+).4G : 1900 MHz PCS, Band 2 (LTE).
 1700/ 2100 MHz AWS 1, Band 4 (LTE).
 700 MHz, Band 17 B/C (LTE).
 2300 MHz WCS, Band 30 (LTE).
Illinois Valley Cellular3G : 800 and 1900 MHz (CDMA2000).4G : 800 MHz ESMR, Band 26 (700 LTE). 1900 MHz PCS, Band 25 (LTE 700). 2.5 GHz BRS/ EBS, Band 41 (TD-LTE700/ LTE Advanced).Inland Cellular3G : 835 – 845 MHz, Block B Band 2 (CDMA2000). 880 – 890 MHz, Block B Band 2 (CDMA2000).4G : 800 MHz ESMR, Band 26 (LTE700). 1900 MHz PCS, Band 25 (LTE700). 2.5 GHz BRS/ EBS, Band 41 (TD-LTE700/ LTE Advanced).Metro PCS 3G : 1900 PCS MHz (GSM/ UMTS/ HSPA+). 1700/ 2100 AWS MHz (GSM/ UMTS/ HSPA+ ).4G : 700 MHz, Band 17 (LTE). 850 MHz, Band 4 (LTE). 1700/ 2100 AWS MHz, Band 4 (LTE). 1900 PCS MHz, Band 2 (LTE).Net 103G : 850 MHz Cellular, Band 5 (GSM/ GPRS/ EDGE). 1900 MHz PCS, Band 2(GSM/ GPRS/ EDGE). 1700 MHz AWS, Band 4 (GSM/ GPRS/ EDGE).4G : 700 MHz Lower B/C, Band 12/17 (LTE). 850 MHz Cellular, Band 5 (LTE).nTelos Wireless3G : 800 MHz ESMR, Band 10 (CDMA/ 1xAdvanced) . 1900 MHz PCS, Band 1 (1xRTT/ 1xAdvanced/ EVDO/ eHRPD).4G : 800 MHz ESMR, Band 26 (LTE). 1900 MHz PCS, Band 25 (LTE). 2.5 GHz BRS/ EBS at 2496 to 2690 MHz, Band 41 (TD-LTE/ LTE Advanced).Pioneer Cellular3G : 700 MHz (CDMA2000).4G: 700 MHz, Band 13 (LTE).Pine Cellular3G : 850 MHz(GSM/ UMTS/ HSPA+/ EDGE).4G : 800 MHz ESMR, Band 26 (LTE700). 1900 MHz PCS, Band 25 (LTE700) 2.5 GHz BRS/ EBS, Band 41 (TD-LTE/ 700LTE Advanced).Republic Wireless3G : 1900 MHz PCS, Band 2 (UMTS).
 1700/2100 MHz AWS, Band 4 (UMTS).
 1900 MHz (GSM/ GPRS/ EDGE).4G : 1900 MHz PCS, Band 2 (LTE).
 1700/ 2100 MHz AWS, Band 4 (LTE).
 700 MHz Lower Block A/C, Band 12 (LTE).RingPlus3G : 800 MHz ESMR, Band 10 (CDMA/ 1xAdvanced). 1900 MHz PCS, Band 1 (1xRTT/ 1xAdvanced/ EVDO/ eHRPD).4G: 800 MHz ESMR, Band 26 (LTE).
 1900 MHz PCS, Band 25 (LTE).
 2.5 GHz BRS/ EBS, Band 41 (TD-LTE/ LTE Advanced).Shentel3G : 800 MHz ESMR, Band 10 (CDMA/ 1xAdvanced). 1900 MHz PCS, Band 1 (1xRTT/ 1xAdvanced/ EVDO/ eHRPD).4G : 800 MHz ESMR, Band 26 (LTE). 1900 MHz PCS, Band 25 (LTE). 2.5 GHz BRS/ EBS, Band 41 (TD-LTE/ LTE Advanced).Simple Mobile3G : 1700/ 2100 MHz AWS, Band 4 (UMTS/ HSPA+, HSPA). 1900 MHz PCS, Band 2 (LTE).4G : 1900 MHz PCS, Band 2 (LTE). 700 MHz Lower Block A, Band 12 (LTE). 1700/ 2100 MHz AWS, Band 4 (UMTS/ HSPA+/ LTE).Sprint 3G : 800 MHz ESMR, Band 10 (CDMA/ 1xAdvanced). 1900 MHz PCS, Band 1 (1xRTT/ 1xAdvanced/ EVDO/ eHRPD).4G : 800 MHz ESMR, Band 26 (LTE). 1900 MHz PCS, Band 25 (LTE). 2.5 GHz BRS/ EBS, Band 41 (TD-LTE/ LTE Advanced).Straight Talk3G : 850 MHz (GSM-GPRS/ EDGE/ UMTS/ HSPA/ HSPA+). 900 MHz (GSM-GPRS/ EDGE/ UMTS/ HSPA/ HSPA+). 1800 MHz (GSM-GPRS/ EDGE/ UMTS/ HSPA/ HSPA+). 1900 MHz (GSM-GPRS/ EDGE/ UMTS/ HSPA/ HSPA+/ 1xRTT/ EVDO).4G : 800 MHz ESMR, Band 26 (LTE). 1900 MHz PCS, Band 25 (LTE). 2.5 GHz BRS/ EBS, Band 41 (TD-LTE/LTE Advanced).T-Mobile 3G : 1900 MHz PCS, Band 2 (GSM/ GPRS/ EDGE/ UMTS/ HSPA+).4G : 1900 MHz PCS, Band 2 (LTE). 700 MHz Lower Block A, Band 12 (LTE). 1700/ 2100 MHz AWS, Band 4 (UMTS/ HSPA+/ LTE).Ting3G : 1900 MHz PCS (GSM-GPRS/ EDGE). 1700/ 2100 MHz AWS 1, Band 4 (UMTS/ UMTS/ HSPA+).4G : 1900 MHz PCS, Band 2 (LTE). 1700/2100 AWS 1, Band 4 (LTE). 700 MHz, Lower A/C, band 12 (LTE).Total Wireless3G : 800 MHz ESMR, Band 10 (CDMA/ 1xAdvanced).
4G : 1900 MHz PCS, Band 1 (1xRTT/ EV-DO/ eHRPD).
 1900 MHz PCS, Band 2 (LTE).TPO Mobile3G : 1700/ 2100 MHz AWS, Band 4 (GSM-UMTS/ HSPA+).
4G : 1900 MHz PCS, Band 2 (GSM-LTE). 1850 – 1990 MHz (CDMA-LTE).
 700 MHz Lower Block A, Band 12 (GSM-LTE).
Tracfone3G : 900/ 1800 MHz (CDMA). 4G : 700 MHz, Band 13 (LTE). 1900 MHz, Band 2 (LTE).Twigby3G : 800 MHz ESMR, Band 10 (CDMA/ 1xAdvanced). 1900 MHz PCS, Band 1 (1xRTT/ 1xAdvanced/ EVDO/ eHRPD).

4G : 800 MHz ESMR, Band 26 (LTE).
 1900 MHz PCS, Band 25 (LTE).
 2.5 GHz BRS/ EBS, Band 41 (TD-LTE/ LTE Advanced).U.S. Cellular3G : 850 MHz Cellular, Band 5 (1xRTT CDMA). 1900 MHz PCS, Band 2 (CDMA).4G : 700 MHz Lower A/B/C 2/4/5/12 (LTE). 1700/ 2100 MHz AWS, Band 1/3 (LTE).Verizon Wireless3G : 850 MHz, Band 0 (CDMA). 1900 MHz PCS, Band 1 (CDMA).4G : 700 MHz Block C, Band 13 (LTE). 1900 MHz PCS, Band 1 (1xRTT/ EV-DO/ eHRPD). 1900 MHz PCS, Band 2 (LTE). 1700/ 2100 MHz AWS, Band 4 (LTE).Virgin Mobile USA3G : 800 MHz ESMR, Band 10 (CDMA/ 1xAdvanced). 1900 MHz PCS, Band 1 (1xRTT/ 1xAdvanced/ EVDO/ eHRPD). 2500 MHz (WiMax).4G : 800 MHz ESMR, Band 26 (LTE). 1900 MHz PCS, Band 25 (LTE). 2.5 GHz BRS/ EBS, Band 41 (TD-LTE/ LTE Advanced).

     

    New 4G FDD LTE and 4G TDD LTE Frequencies included in select 4G signal boosters.

    4G FDD LTE Frequencies:

    B1 (2100) is Band 1 on 2100 MHz.

    B2 (1900) is Band 2 on 1900 MHz.

    B3 (1800) is Band 3 on 1800 MHz.

    B4 (AWS) is band 4 on AWS Network.

    B5 (850) is band 5 on 850 MHz.

    B7 (2600) is Band 7 on 2600 MHz.

    B8 (900) is Band 8 on 900 MHz.

    B12 (700) is Band 12 on 700 MHz.

    B13 (700) is Band 13 on 700 MHz.

    B17 (700) is Band 17, on 700 MHz. 

    B18 (800) is Band 18 on 700 MHz.

    B19 (800) is Band 18 on 800 MHz.

    B20 (800) is Band 8 on 800 MHz. 

    B25 (1900) is Band 25 on 1900 MHz.

    B26 (800) is Band 26 on 800 MHz.

    B28 (700) is Band 28 on 700 MHz.

    B29 (700) is Band 29 on 700 MHz.

    B30 (2300) is Band 30 on 2300 MHz.

    4G TDD LTE Frequencies:

    B38 (2600) is Band 38 on 2600 MHz.

    B39 (1900) is Band 39 on 1900 MHz.

    B40 (2300) is Band 40 on 2300 MHz.

    B41 (2500) is Band B41 on 2500 MHz.

  7. Here are some really good comments that were posted over on the G+ community. I'm bringing them over here because this is worth reading:

    Jeffrey Joynson
    Mr. Ticks, I just wanted to let you know that the upcoming release of the Zeblaze Thor 4, lte service bands are b1, b2, b3 & b20. The band 2 should work on At&ts 4g lte service. At&ts 4g lte Main bands are b12 & b17, additional bands are b2, b4, b5, b29 & b30. The band 2 is the one that will probably be the first full Android standalone smartwatch that will be capable of 4g lte service in the United States. The other cell providers that for the U.S. are in the following link cellphonesignalbooster.us – LTE Frequencies and Bands of Cell Phone Carriers in USA & Canada.
    I hope this helps anyone wondering what networks the smart watches you review might work on. Thanks for all the great reviews! Respectfully yours, JP Joynson

    Jeffrey Joynson
    The things I want to see over this year in a full Android smartwatch. #1. More Antenna Bands (just put antenna from Samsung Galaxy series or I phone that support pretty much every band so your watches work everywhere). Use the Toshiba light nano chipset from the helo lx band so you can monitor your're health and it's upgradeable. Removable watch bands are a must so I can use the sgnl watch band to answer telephone calls with my finger and privately. mysgnl.com – 이놈들연구소(주)
    I would also like the rotating bezel from the Samsung gear S3 frontier and I want the trackball with button from the very first Android smartphone released in the U.S. the T-Mobile G1 by htc. If someone can make all that or even just the first part they could make a big dent in the U.S. smartwatch market in my opinion. Lol Respectfully yours, JP Joynson

    Jeffrey Joynson
    I also want to add the camera from the Zeblaze Thor s 5mp preferably but 2mp would do for video calls but with flash for selfies inthusiasts and the 5mp camera and same camera position as the new Zeblaze Thor 4, better than 5mp would be nice but 5mp would do with flash.( They could take a look at the smartwatch you reviewed with a camera with led flash) people are going to want it. That's enough of my 10 cents lol
    Respectfully yours, JP Joynson

    SmartWatch Ticks
    Thanks for all the great comments Jeffrey! Unfortunately, it's just me an you here on the G+ community, and this isn't used much. But at least you can post links here, which is appreciated. I'll copy and paste your comments, with links intact, over to the YouTube channel under the main LEM7 video for now (since I don't have the Thor 4 reviewed yet). Other folks should see this. It's great stuff. Thanks for taking the time to post.

    Jeffrey Joynson
    Since would like to see an mtk chipset that supports the larger microsdxc cards so it would support the 128gb, 200gb, 256gb, 400gb and the new 512gb microsdxc cards. You should look in to the casting option with Google chromecast 2nd generation if you have WiFi at the house. Casting is mirroring the screen and audio to the TV or another device like a full Android car stereo. If your subscribers don't have WiFi and want to use their phone internet to cast instead of WiFi I use the screen beam mini 2 which puts your phone or in this case watch screen up on the tv. This is useful if you stream content from Netflix, Hulu plus, slingtv or any other streaming service provider. The increased microsd card size would mean you could store all of your important docs, movies, games or emulators and music all on your wrist. I swear that's it for now lol sorry for so much info and run on sentences you have my permission to edit and or change / update any info I've sent you in any of the comments. The screenbeam mini 2 will only mirror android or windows operating systems just so everyone knows. I look forward to more reviews and once again I apologise for so many comments and poor punctuation and grammar lol but I've been watching and learning from your reviews for a while now and I wanted to give back any info or ideas that could help people. Thanks again!

    Last thing if anyone has weak cell signal or can't get good 4g lte service look into cell phone signal boosters from weboost.com (used to be Wilson electronics I've installed their best boosters in two of my friend houses and they work great usually up to 70db gain on the top end. I build fiber optic cable networks for a living.

  8. Hi you have reviewed a lot of the cheaper Chinese smartwatches, could you tell me which one actually uses gps when running. Which do you overall recommend
    Thx a lot

  9. thank you for this review. but what about clock function? does it have different themes of clock view?

  10. "can you switch that to English?" haha i cant believe you just said that
    KM is in english you fool

  11. How to install app using playstore seems like playstore is not visible

  12. OK WITH CHINESE DEVICES EVERYTHING LOOKING AMAZING BUT!! BUT what about reliability how many month it will work 5,4?? how many lemX video fail go to YouTube search lem 1 to lem6 fail or not working query and see the truth about Chinese watchs.

  13. I was considering this watch and almost clicked on buy now! but then I went for microwear h5 with d same specs pretty much except is a 240*240 TFT screen, it doesnt look as fancy as this but I though it will b stupit to carry that power bank everyday just to charge d watch, which d h5 is d only watch on the market with d latest tech and uses a micro usb cable! so I can actually charge while using it, there is planty of small and big capacity power banks that is more useful than the lemfo "charger" battery in the h5 is great too! 2 hours of music and youtube still got 62% and speaker on h5 is amazingly loud for a watch, also the watch is almost half the price of the lemfo7 🙂

  14. Very boring description. Just show first what it looks like with watch face. Who cares about sports crap. A watch won't make you fit. Why not improve it so you combine mechanical watch with 4G

  15. Damn is there any with removable bands!

  16. Hi Mister Ticks, I have an issue with my LEM7, when I am writing its writing in Chinese? How can I modify that?

  17. Great video. I like the way you talk, and show the details

  18. 15 mm thick!!! Who wants to carry such a brick around????

  19. Nice Video. I have a couple question for you. I would like to buy this watch.
    I would like to know if you can use only wifi without the Phone sim for whatsapp or other media like the apple watch if you go for a walk.
    Is de watch for women with small wrist? Can use bluetooth with the phone directly so can receive phone call and whatsapp calls like the cheaper Y1? Support android 5, 6,7 Phone? Thanks.

  20. Hi, is it waterproof? Does it record video?? Is it a stand alone phone???

  21. i have already ordered it concern site. i am looking for better battery life, can you tell me this phone is going to last at least 12 hours during wifi on all the time. i always on the go due to my job nature. so battery life is important for me. because previously i was disappointed using KW88 and others similar to that, they only last long 3 hours with wifi on.

  22. that bezel is hideous, ticwatch 2 looks much better.

  23. you forgot to look after the watch face.

  24. Would you/ anyone else be able to provide me with a list of android watches that can/are running android 7?

  25. Can you read/write/answer sms without insert sim? Thank you!

  26. Will it give notifications for WhatsApp and other social media apps which are installed not in the watch but on my phone???

  27. Hi professor greeting the big question sir real which better.. D5 or this

  28. Woah it tells you your power level! I've always wanted to know my power level

  29. Hi, is the batterytime better than the Finow q1 pro?

  30. At this price range and with Android 7 I'm pretty disappointment that they didn't put more languages in it! There should be space for Scandinavian languages! As always a nice review. Thanks Mr. Ticks 🙂

  31. I would genuinely hope that a regular 4 pin charging cable works on this because I really wouldnt have to remember to take that power bank with me wherever I went. I know what people are gonna say, but I still dont trust the battery life in these.

  32. Does everyone know that the 4G is for data only and calls switch over to GSM? I think it's important for potential buyers to understand this. It's the same for all these 4G watches that are coming using the 6737 soc.

  33. Mine is on its way. Can't wait…

  34. Hi, thanks for the good review, but if you can show the keyboard and typing it will be so helpful to me.

  35. Amazing 👏🌟
    Thank u sir

  36. How long is the battery life vs lemfo les1 or zblaze thor

  37. Wish squarewatch manufacturers also adapt to these feautures soon :Android 7 (or 8 hopefully) and the user interface as well as an OLED screen as it can help make the battery last longer, with higher resolution than the typical 320 by 320 , a lot slimmer bezel and thinner overall build. Really prefer squarewatches as you can see the entire screen and lesser compromises needed when navigating. 8 gb to 16 gb internal is enough with a gig of RAM and expandable storage. 🙂

  38. Them Chinese people are nothing short of amazing when product creation is in question. Seems like fairly reliable products are created/released at an exponential rate comparative to the rest of the world. Kudos to them for that!

  39. Is it capable of utilizing Google assistant?

  40. Hey I'm new to this and want to buy my first smart watch can u recommend something, reasonable priced like this, round screen but a large one and if possible the least amount of bezel a nice screen ,smooth processor ,and btw I wouldn't be using it heavy just normal day usage can u please help me out…. thanks !

  41. dang it i just got the lemfo 5

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.