Get Ready For The ZenWatch 3 Smartwatch
– Zenwatch 3 runs on an upgraded the hardware to Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 2100 processor.
– Also come with 4GB of internal storage.
The Zenwatch 3 has a 1.39-inch AMOLED display with a 400×400 resolution, which works out at 287 pixels per inch (ppi). The device is the reported to be identical to the Huawei Watch.
The new wearable is 9.95mm thick a tad thinner than both the Huawei Watch and Moto 360. The device runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor and 512MB of RAM, coupled with 4GB of internal storage.
It’s battery, 341mAh will be able to last its users for up to two days. The mobile brand, ASUS is also pushing its “HyperCharge” technology, which will bring you back up to 60 percent in 15 minutes. Charging is handled with a magnetic port and there will also be an “optional battery pack,” which sounds like a bizarre accessory for something so sleek.
The casing of smart watch is made from stainless steel and will be available in a few different styles gunmetal (black), silver and rose gold. All 3 have a gold inlay, which ASUS claims is like “the corona of an annular solar eclipse.”
The software is a typical Android Wear experience. Google’s wrist-ready operating system is slowly improving, and the company has its “biggest platform update yet,” Android Wear 2.0, scheduled for the fall. ASUS is, however, offering some custom watch faces for the Zenwatch 3, and hopes you’ll make your own with its Face-designer app for smartphones.
The new smartwatch also has some fitness chops, with automatic step-counting that is supposedly 95 percent accurate. It can also track a few other basic activities such as running, push-ups and sit-ups. Users can use the ZenWatch 3 as a mouthpiece for taking calls on your connected phone, and you can use it as a remote shutter button for the camera on your connected phone, or for accessing notifications from your connected phone.
The Zenwatch 3 will be priced at $255, ASUS has not yet to give an official price for the US. We just have to wait till the device is made available officially.