ZTE launches its first Android Wear watch

Yordan, 10 April 2017

After launching the ZTE Axon wearable with Tencent OS in China almost two years ago, ZTE finally made an Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch. It is named ZTE Quartz and will be available for just $200 on April 14 or April 21 via T-Mobile.

The ZTE Quartz comes with a circular 1.4” AMOLED display, which is as big as the one on the LG Watch Sport. But the comparison ends here since ZTE decided to opt out of NFC, a heart rate monitor, or a rotating dial. Removing these features means that you are also getting a much cheaper device, though, so it's not all bad. Plus it has IP67 certification and the 500 mAh battery should make the Quartz one of the longer lasting wearables out there.

Тhe $200 price tag of the ZTE is quite affordable compared to LG Watch Style that also lacks NFC or heart rate monitor but has a price tag of $250.



Reader comments

well, overall it sounds not bad

  • AnonD-516358
  • 10 Apr 2017
  • nE$

If it can last 5-7 days with moderate use, then good bye my Pebble time

It is a decent watch but I would pay a little more and get a smatwatch with heart rate monitor

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