ASUS debuts ZenWatch 2

ASUS debuts ZenWatch 2

After teasing us for months the Taiwanese ASUS has finally presented the ZenWatch 2 smartwatch. The new device will have two versions – W1502Q and W1501Q.

The two versions will differ in the tech specs provided. The W1502Q has a 1.45-inch AMOLED display at 280 x 280 pixels, a chassis that measures 45.2 x 37.2 mm and a 300 mAh battery that has enough power for 2 days of work. The W1501Q has a 1.63-inch display at 320 x 320 pixels, a chassis that measures 49.6 x 40.7 mm and a 400 mAh battery that can work for more than two and a half days. Both models include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 APQ8026 processor that has four Cortex-A7 cores at 1.2 GHz, 512 MB of RAM, 4 GB of internal memory, a gyroscope, an accelerometer and various other sensors. The devices also provide protection against dirt and water since they are IP67-compliant.

The ASUS ZenWatch 2 will be on the market next month – the W1501Q will sell for EUR 149, while the W1502Q will cost EUR 169. The devices will be available in pink, silver and dark gray colors.

Source: Anandtech.com

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