The world of smartwatches is constantly growing and among minimal models, those devoted to sports and super premium ones, there are also absolutely atypical devices, with configurations and features from basic range smartphones that promise to be able to live almost without a smartphone, LEMFO LEM10 Pro is one Of these.
Summing up we can say that Lemfo LEM10 Pro does a bit of everything but does not excel in any field, it is a fun device and certainly designed for a target of enthusiasts . Having a complete Android device available that can be used independently without the aid of a smartphone is really interesting especially for those who love to play sports and do not want to carry the main device with them or for those who want an emergency phone to take with them in case of need.
The usability of the device is acceptable as a standalone device but in the long run it could be a bit frustrating especially in the interaction between smartphone and smartwatch which is disappointing, not complete and poorly developed.
The presence of Android 7.1 with security patches from over a year ago also turn their noses up.
It is also quite incomprehensible the presence of a crown which in the end is just a back button, it would have been useful in many contexts.
The battery is also certainly not the flagship and if you use the smartwatch with full functionality a lot, always remember to bring the charging cable with you.