ZTE has just introduced a new smartwatch, ZTE Watch Live with some interesting features and a price tag. The smartwatch is launched for the Chinese market has a square design and compact screen that, although it looks great in promotional images, is not quite what it looks like in reality.
Because of the importance of measuring blood oxygen saturation, Watch Live has support for SpO2 measurement, allowing users to keep an eye on how blood oxygenation is doing if they are exposed to Covid-19.
ZTE Watch Live Tech Specs
The ZTE Watch Live features a 1.3-inch TFT screen with a resolution of 240×240 and offering up to 21 days of battery life on a single charge, with the company promising a 14-day battery life in normal use.
Launched in just one black box, the watch has support for straps of different colors and finishes thanks to the universal standard.
It is also possible to record sleep, heartbeat, monitor exercises such as walking, running, cycling, swimming, and several others. The model has support for IP68 certification, Bluetooth 4.2 which must maintain a satisfactory connection with the smartphone, allowing text notifications and calls, reminders, alarms, and more.
Price and Availability
As mentioned earlier, the ZTE Watch Live is launched in China for a suggested price of 229 yuan (around INR 2,575) and will be available from December 3. There is no information regarding a possible global variant.