The ZTE Watch Live is the company’s latest entry to the wearables line.
As you can see, the ZTE Watch Live looks identical to other smartwatches that we’ve seen recently, like the Realme Watch and Redmi Watch. That’s because it also shares one key feature that the two watches have — a cheap price tag.
The Watch Live retails for only CNY229 (around Php1,700) and will go on sale in China starting December 3. The international release is yet to be announced.
Like the competition, it has a 1.3-inch TFT LCD screen with a 240 x 240-pixel resolution. It projects images with colors that displays notifications, music control, weather, and other elements with better dynamic. It also has a find my phone feature.
The watch also has a heart-rate monitor, sleep quality tracking, 12 types of activity tracking, and today’s buzzword on wearables, a blood oxygen saturation level monitor.
But unlike most smartwatches, this thing can last by up to 21 days if you’re a conservative user. It then charges via a proprietary magnetic pad.