WorldSim launches 3G smart watch for under £55


Nuevo Smart Watch packs 380mAh battery, microSD card slot and an “international SIM card”

International MVNO WorldSim has launched a connected smart watch that lets users benefit from free international roaming in nearly 100 countries.

The Nuevo Smart Watch comes with a 3G world SIM that allows users to make calls, send messages and connect to the internet without use of a smartphone.

It is powered by a 380mAh battery and runs on a MediaTek MTK6260A processor. It sports a 1.56 inch screen and weighs in at 75g.

The smart watch comes with a 2MP camera built in to the strap and speakers built in to the watch face to play music or listen to calls. Other sensors include a pedometer, a sleep monitor and a sedentary reminder.

It can hold a microSD card up to 32GB and supports BlueTooth 3.0.

London-based WorldSim offers cheap roaming in more than 100 countries, including China, Germany, Brazil and Canada.

WorldSIM’s CEO Arif Reza said: “This is a game changer for many travellers and anexciting new step forward for WorldSIM. Staying ahead of customer needs is what makes us unique; innovation is the core part of our business and always will be.”

The device is available from WorldSim’s website with three strap colours: Black, brown and white. It costs £54.99, including a WorldSim pre-paid SIM-card.


  1. For the last trip in Mexico, I chose WorldSIM tab for connectivity support. Though a smart phone was much easier to carry but there were some reasons I could not avoid carrying a tablet. Basically, used currency converter and language translator, navigator and some other travel apps. With its big screen, doing tasks were a bit easier. Data connection was available every time; so working with different apps were really an easy procedure.

  2. Just got the neuvo smart watch . The instructions that came with it is not clear and not detailed. It would be good if one can get proper instructions in good, proper language (English) (Can’t read chinese). Please advise if it is possible to download instructions for the Neuvo smartwatch form the internet?