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ZTE launches its Watch Live internationally for US$40

The Watch Live. (Source: ZTE)
The Watch Live. (Source: ZTE)
The Watch Live is the OEM ZTE's first-gen health-focused wearable. It is an Apple Watch clone with a blood oxygen sensor, all-day heart rate tracking and an IP68 rating. Its maker has now released it to its global website for just under US$40.

ZTE has announced international availability for its Watch Live, a wearable with a 1.3-inch "large" square display with an HD rating, albeit one made of TFT rather than something like AMOLED. On the other hand, it packs the in-demand features of 24/7 heart rate tracking and SpO2 sensing.

ZTE has only provided this Watch Live with 12 sports modes. The OEM also claims it can track a user's calorie intake, steps taken and sleep. The OEM does not mention which OS the device runs on, although it is likely to be a version of RTOS or similar. The smartwatch's battery capacity is not specified, although it is estimated to last for 21 days between charges.

Accordingly, it might make a compelling new prospect on the budget fitness wearables market. The ZTE Watch Live's global SKU is offered in 1 IP68-rated chassis in a black colorway with a black band. It is now listed for US$39.90 and ships to a number of countries that include the United States and EU nations.

Alternatively, buy the Realme Watch on Amazon


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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2021-07-16 (Update: 2021-07-16)