The ZenWatch is Asus’s take on Android Wear Smartwatches
Android Wear devices seem to be taking the wearable space by storm. Today at the IFA show in Berlin, Asus has come with a bang and have shown off their good-looking smartwatch called the ZenWatch. It has a curved 2.5D design on the front and a stainless cover on the back,and puts a lot of emphasis on design. At 199 euros,the price of the Zen is attractive for users as well. On the inside there is a 1.6-inch AMOLED display, 4GB of storage and 512MB of RAM, and the same Qualcomm processor we have seen in all other Android Wear watches.
It’s leather strap connects an Asus-branded buckle to its brushed body. The watch seems to be designed with some elegance — the Moto 360 still seems to have more individual all these other watches.
On the software side of thing the ZenWatch is the standard Android Wear,with a few additions. There’s a “tap tap” function to find your phone, a remote control for your smartphone’s camera, and more than a hundred watch faces to choose from. We don’t know the release date as yet but its a watch we looking forward to.