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Quality One Wireless, LLC And Omate Announce Agreement to Provide New Generation Omate X Companion Smartwatch for iPhone and Android in North and Latin America

First stylish companion smartwatch that successfully delivers simplicity, affordability and style

ORLANDO, Fla., Aug. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Quality One Wireless, a global leader in wireless distribution, and Omate, a leader in telecom wearable software design, announced today a partnership whereby Quality One will bring Omate X companion smartwatch devices to market in North and Latin America.  The Omate X follows the successful launch of the TrueSmart, a first-of-a-kind standalone smartwatch 2.0.  Able to act as a companion to both Android and iOS smartphones, the Omate X is at the forefront of affordable, smart, wearable lifestyle products.

OMATE X -- First stylish companion smartwatch that successfully delivers simplicity, affordability and style

The Omate X companion smartwatch is able to push notifications such as incoming calls, social media updates, messages, reminders, and more to your wrist. Powerful enough to last up to a week in standby mode, it can be controlled by talking to it. The smartwatch includes a minimalistic design with a slim metal housing and users can customize the Omate X with standard size watch straps. The Omate X sports a MediaTek Aster – MT2502 – the smallest wearable system-on-chip (5.4x6.2x1.0mm) currently on the market.

"Consumers are looking for longer battery life, greater functionality and style; they don't want an expensive tech-gadget or a cheap fitness-accessory," said Laurent Le Pen - CEO of Omate. "Quality One Wireless, with its established distribution team and relationships with carriers and retailers in North and Latin America, will help us meet this consumer request and achieve our goal to make the world connected through your wrist."

"This agreement reflects Quality One's strong pledge to bring the latest wireless technology to our partners and consumers. Omate is dedicated to building solutions for the wearable computing industry, and we're pleased to provide carriers and retailers with advanced solutions that meet the needs of consumers," said John Chiorando, Quality One's chief executive officer.

The Omate X will be available at CTIA Super Mobility Week, September 9 – 11 in Quality One Wireless booth 3223.

For more information, visit www.omate.com.

About Quality One Wireless LLC
Quality One Wireless LLC is a global leader in wireless distribution, providing complete solutions to mobile device manufacturers, wireless operators and retailers. Founded in 1993 and headquartered in Orlando, FL, Quality One is a minority-owned company and recently purchased the assets of Personal Communication Devices (PCD). The combined company operates in 26 countries globally under the Quality One brand. Unlike other wireless industry suppliers, Quality One Wireless LLC manages the entire wireless device product life cycle from product development to channel distribution, warranty, repair and second life sales. The company has successfully launched more than 500 wireless devices over the last decade. Quality One has 200,000 square feet of facility space in Orlando, FL, Ronkonkoma, NY, Cincinnati, OH, and Mexico City, plus two domestic call centers that manage a variety of programs including warranty, consumer returns, troubleshooting and insurance exchanges. Other services include customization for niche markets, M2M solutions, engineering, quality, logistics, supply chain, handset insurance, and buy-back and trade-in programs.

For more information, visit www.q1w.net.

About Omate
Omate® stands for Outdoor mate. Omate is a telecom wearable software and hardware design company which aims to make the World connected through your wrist. The company's first product, the TrueSmart™ was the World's first Android smartwatch 2.0 powered by a Dual Core ARM7 processor MediaTek MT6572 chipset and running the Omate User Interface (OUI). The company entered the companion segment with the Omate X model.

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Twitter: @omatetruesmart
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