ZTE Launches New Smartwatch with Heart Rate and Blood-oxygen Sensors
In native China, ZTE, Chinese telecommunication and technology company, has launched the Watch Live. The new watch by ZTE is off the Apple Watch-clone variety. However, the watch comes at a much lesser price than its inspiration.
The company and its maker claims that the watch packs 24-hour heart-rate tracking, sleep-tracking, blood-oxygen sensing, and also have a battery life of up to 21 hours in its square casing.
This brand-new Watch offers 12 different sports modes, besides, it also offers sleep and stress-tracking features. The watch also has a very good rating for continuous SpO2 measurements and heart-rate tracking.
Though ZTE does not divulge its battery capacity, according to their claims, on a single charge, it can last from between 14 to 21 days.
Despite its budget price, the watch also has IP68 certification and is now listed on this OEM’s Chinese-market web-store at 249 yuan (~US$38).
Earlier this year, the Shenzhen based company launched the Axon 20 5G, the ground-breaking under-display camera phone.
Previously, the OEM has also debuted a square-faced smartwatch with advanced fitness-tracking features on the slightly more expected end of the scale. It had a 1.3-inch display with 240×240 TFT and though a lot seems to go on behind this relatively restrained screen.
For this new watch, the buyer gets the device in black finishing with a black silicone band. Also, according to its marketing material the strap comes in orange, blue, or gray. However, these options are not available to order in the website.