LEMFO LEM4 (aka DM98) Large Form Android Smartwatch: Full Review
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What an honor to receive LEMFO as a partner for reviewing their line of smartwatches! This is a detailed look at the LEM4 smartwatch and covers just about everything except tethering. We will try and look at tethering to your phone in a later video, but just know that this is primarily a standalone watch for putting in a separate SIM card for voice calls and text messaging. It is not designed to tether with your phone for those features (you will not be able to make a call from your watch using your phone for example).
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COMMENTS FORM OUR VIEWERS:
From Raphael Awoseyin (edited by SWT) 2017-10-21
I got the DM98 (same as LEM4) from gearbest.com. For hours I could not get it to access the Play Store. Then I found how to install apps on a device remotely – from my PC. I then discovered that the Google Play Services that come with the phone is outdated and would not let you connect to the Play Store. I installed an app called Google Services Info which then let me get the Google Play Services apk from the Mirror site and install before I could connect to the Play Store.
The keys are really tiny and typing on them is something of an art. If you have a sharp-point stylus like the MEKO (not those thick rubber-like butts they call stylus), it should help.