the Martian Passport has a stainless-steel case and clasp, and an antiscratch glass crystal face, with a gray plastic resin plate on the back. It’s thick, but looks stylish though. In person, it feels and looks even better than photos suggest. The attention to quality shows, and it impressed me.
Slick throwback design with an analog flair, decent battery life, easy pairing for basic speakerphone calls. Useful for screening incoming calls and texts.
it has a one-line OLED display at the bottom, too, and a multicolor LED notification light, but those stay nearly invisible. There’s also a microphone and speaker crammed in there. What does it do? The Martian screens phone calls and messages. It has Bluetooth and a Micro-USB port. It makes calls. It connects with Siri or Android Voice.
the only disadvantage of this is that it is Way too expensive compared with its competition; not water-resistant, background noise makes Bluetooth speakerphone feature tough to use in noisy outdoor environments.