ZTE debuts first company smartwatches

ZTE debuts first company smartwatches

The Chinese ZTE has presented its first own smartwatches under the Axon Watch brand name. The new gizmos look good and pack more than decent hardware so the competition on the smartwatch market will reach new heights.

The Axon Watch will surprise you from the very beginning, though – the smartwatches in the line run Tencent OS, instead of Android Wear. Despite this the devices include Qualcomm  Snapdragon 400 processors, 512 MB of RAM, 4 GB of internal memory and 1.4-inch displays that work at 400 x 400 pixels, which results in 404 ppi – the best pixel density on this market. The smartwatches are powered by a 300 mAh battery and include IP67 protection against water, a GPS receiver, Gorilla Glass protection for the display and more. An Axon Watch smartwatch measures 42 x 11.5 mm and weighs 49 grams.

No word on pricing as of now.

Source: Digitaltrends.com

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