Zepp Z: Huami's latest smartwatch will be unveiled on November 17
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Huami has confirmed that it will be launching a new smartwatch, the Zepp Z, on November 17. The first Zepp smartwatch, the Zepp E, launched earlier this year, with Huami having expanded beyond its Amazfit brand of wearables. Based on the teaser that GSMArena has published, the Zepp Z will arrive on November 17, and will be launched on the company's Facebook, Twitter and YouTube channels.
While Huami has not confirmed any specifications about the Zepp Z, the teaser image offers a few clues about the smartwatch. Seemingly, the smartwatch will have a circular display surrounded by a brushed metal case with three hardware buttons. It also looks as though the Zepp Z will have a leather strap, which will probably be removable.
We suspect that Huami will equip the Zepp Z with an AMOLED screen too, along with a heart rate monitor. The Zepp E does not have built-in GPS, so Huami may differentiate the two smartwatch series in this regard. The Zepp E costs US$249.99, so we would expect the Zepp Z to come in at a slightly higher asking price. The Zepp Z should launch in at least the US and the UK, too.