@JF That's awesome!!
I think Pine64 intend to sell the PineTime as a "final user ready" device when... the community says it's ready ;)
For me, the most important point is the bootloader : it must be as reliable as possible to prevent user from bricking their unit while installing/upgrading firmware. I'm already working on it : https://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=12626
@jawsh It's very comfortable, light and doesn't look like it's too big, even for my small arms and wrists :)
@jawsh IMO PineTime is a great FOSS smartwatch and the software is awesome! But... don't forget that I'm the author of InfiniTime, the default firmware running on the PineTime :)
InfiniTime does support notifications and displays the first 100 characters sent by a companion app (Gadgetbridge and Amazfish). We are still working on adding vibrations on notifications and handling call notifications (accept, ignore or reject call).
Basically, it's still work in progress, but we are moving fast ;)
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