Geeks in Japan that like the Docomo network will have a new smartphone that they can get hand so soon called the Next Media PP N-01D. This smartphone runs Android, has a large 4-inch WVGA AMOLED touchscreen to view, and even offers wireless charging. The smartphone is also able to survive spills and dust as well. The most interesting feature is that the phone can pair with a new Casio watch.

The watch is the Medias PP-Shock GB-6900 and it pairs with the smartphone using Bluetooth 4.0. Once paired that watch is like a remote display for your caller ID information s well as email. The user can also decline calls from the watch face. This is cool if you are the sort that likes to leave the smartphone in your pocket.

The watch has some other cool features too such as a location capability to find your smartphone if you lose it and it will act as a digital leash too and alarm if you walk away from your device. The phone has a 1.4GHz processor, GPS, WiFi, and Bluetooth. It will work globally and has integrated TV tuner. The smartphone uses an inductive charge plate that charges the phone and allows for wireless transfers of photo and video to your computer. The phone will hit December 9 and the watch won’t hit until next year with a price said to be $235.

[via SlashGear]