My daughter got a Verizon Gizmo Disney watch for Christmas. Any tips, particularly battery? Seems to not make it through a whole day.
How's the Gizmo working out? Now that she has had it for a bit, I assume it's display isn't on as much as it first was after she got it, and maybe now it gets easily through a day?My daughter got a Verizon Gizmo Disney watch for Christmas. Any tips, particularly battery? Seems to not make it through a whole day.
Well, Gizmo is specifically designed for kids with very limited functionality. No remote notifications, only a simple step tracker, only allows 10 contacts, only text messaging through the app with the user who cannot freely type anything but must use canned responses provided by the watch software, etc.I find the whole setup Samsung has with Watch5 and it's Wearables App on the phone also a bit awkward. Not specifically glitchy, just kind of slightly odd for some aspects. Overall, I like the Watch5 but for me it's not like a magical device or anything like that. Almost just a bit more than a toy. The remote notifications ability at the wrist, for when one doesn't have phone in hand, is indeed kind of neat, don't get me wrong. Also, the steps/health tracking. However, it's still just a watch. Maybe the Watch5Pro and the cellular capable ones would be a bit more magic for me, kind of possible to fully replace a phone. That's my three cents.