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Android Wear - ASUS ZenWatch

Elegantly styled and powered by Android Wear, the ASUS Zen Watch is now available on +Google Play.



Description
Smart companion and wellness manager, powered by Android Wear.

ASUS Zen Watch has the Android Wear OS and its screen is 1.63” AMOLED along with the 50.6 x 39.8 x 7.9-9.4mm Dimensions. It has 320 x 320 Display Resolution With IP55 Water Resistant Rating and weight is 75g. ASUS Zen Watch has Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 400 processor with 1.2GHz CPU, Wireless Bluetooth 4.0 and the random access memory is 512 MB. It has Micro USB on Charging Cradle Ports & Connectors and 9 Axis Sensor, Bio-sensor Sensors.


Technical specifications

OS
Android Wear

Screen
1.63” AMOLED

Dimensions
50.6 x 39.8 x 7.9-9.4mm

Display Resolution
320 x 320

Water Resistant Rating
IP55

Weight
75g

Battery
1.4Wh

Processing
Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 400 processor with 1.2GHz CPU

Wireless
Bluetooth 4.0

Memory
512MB RAM

Ports & Connectors
Micro USB on Charging Cradle

Sensors
9 Axis Sensor
Bio-sensor

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