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** [http://files.pine64.org/doc/datasheet/pinetime/SGMICRO-SGM2036.pdf SGMicro SGM2036 3.3V Low Power Low Dropout RF Linear Regulator Datasheet]
 
** [http://files.pine64.org/doc/datasheet/pinetime/SGMICRO-SGM2036.pdf SGMicro SGM2036 3.3V Low Power Low Dropout RF Linear Regulator Datasheet]
 
* SPI Flash information:
 
* SPI Flash information:
** [http://files.pine64.org/doc/datasheet/pinetime/MX25L6433F,%203V,%2064Mb,%20v1.6.pdf Macronix 64Mb(8MB) SPI NPR Flash]
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** [http://files.pine64.org/doc/datasheet/pinetime/MX25L6433F,%203V,%2064Mb,%20v1.6.pdf Macronix 64Mb(8MB) SPI NOR Flash]
** [http://files.pine64.org/doc/datasheet/pinetime/MX25L12835F,%203V,%20128Mb,%20v1.6.pdf Macronix 128Mb(16MB) SPI NPR Flash]
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** [http://files.pine64.org/doc/datasheet/pinetime/MX25L12835F,%203V,%20128Mb,%20v1.6.pdf Macronix 128Mb(16MB) SPI NOR Flash]
 
* LCD Panel:
 
* LCD Panel:
 
** [http://files.pine64.org/doc/datasheet/pinetime/PineTime%20LCD%20Panel.jpg 1.3" 240x240 IPS LCD Panel Specification for PineTime]
 
** [http://files.pine64.org/doc/datasheet/pinetime/PineTime%20LCD%20Panel.jpg 1.3" 240x240 IPS LCD Panel Specification for PineTime]

Revision as of 00:31, 26 September 2019

PINE64 SmartWatch "PineTime"

The PINE64 SmartWatch, dubbed "PineTime", is used in the community effort for an open source smartwatch and collaboration with wearable RTOS and Linux app developers/communities.

PineTime development has been broken down into two distinct phases:

  • Phase One - PineTime Dev Kit Project on October 2019
  • Phase Two - Introducing the PineTime smartwatch around Q1 2020, depending on development results in Phase 1.


PineTime Concept Photo

PineTime leaflet.jpg


PineTime Case and Charging Cradle Photos

PineTime on wrist Photo.jpg PineTime PPG Sensor Photo.jpg PineTime Charging Cradle Photo.jpg

Watch Information

  • LAUNCH:
    • Announced: Tweet on 13 September 2019
    • Devkit Release: October, 2019
    • Expected Release: Q1/Q2 2020, pending on development result
    • Availability: at least 5 years
  • BODY:
    • Dimensions: 37.5mm x 40mm x 11mm
    • Weight: 38 grams
    • Build: Zinc Alloy and Plastic
  • DISPLAY:
    • Type: IPS capacitive touchscreen, RGB 65K colors
    • Size: 1.3 inches
    • Resolution: 240x240 pixels, 1:1 ratio
  • PLATFORM:
    • OS: Various open source RTOS such as Zephyr, FreeRTOS, Mbed, Mynetw, or NuttX
    • SoC: NORDIC Semiconductor nRF52832 (final product may use nRF52840)
    • CPU: 64MHz ARM Cortex-M4F
  • MEMORY:
    • Internal: 512KB Flash, 64KB DRAM
    • Additional: SPI NOR 8MB Flash (final product may use 16MB Flash)
  • COMMUNICATION:
    • Bluetooth 5 (including Low Energy)
  • FEATURES:
    • Sensors: Accelerometer, PPG Heart Rate Sensor
    • Actuator: Vibrator
  • BATTERY:
    • Built-in LiPo 170-180mAh battery
    • Charging: Proprietary 2pin 5V 500mA, USB type A plug


  • PRICE:
    • USD $22.99 (PineTime pebble and charging cradle, based on phone on PineTime devkit hardware configuration)
    • USD $2 and up (20mm straight generic wrist band: silicone, NATO, Milanese steel, leather, and etc)


PineTime Schematic and Certifications


Datasheets for Components