promotional video suggests that the bracelet will spring to life with the flick of a wrist and could be used to answer a phone call.
Guillaume Pommier, who founded technology company Cicret with Pascal, his software developer father, told MailOnline: ‘We plan to put a 3G card [in the bracelet] to allow calls.’
He explained that the device may use a new technology that allows SIM details to be put into the hardware, instead of requiring its own SIM card.
It’s still in development, but a working prototype is due to be unveiled in a few weeks’ time and Mr Pommier hopes that the bracelet could be on the shelves by June next year.
It is likely to cost around £300 on its launch and will come in 16GB and 32GB models as well as a choice of 10 colours.
Mr Pommier, who is from Paris but lives in Leeds, said: ‘The Cicret bracelet is a revolutionary device which could completely change how we access informatio