Asus Zenwatch


Key features:

  • Introduced Zen Watch at IFA 2014, the first Android Wear smartwatch from Asus.
  • Time-honored Tradition.
  • A genuine stitched-leather watchband. The premium Italian leather watchband comes in three color choices.
  • Its adjustable design provides a comfortable fit, and the standard 22mm size makes it easily changeable.
  • 1.63-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 320 x 320.

Asus Zenwatch Smartwatch price in Pakistan
Asus Zenwatch price in Pakistan is Rs. 20,000. This price could be fluctuated depending on the area of your purchase and price could be lower if buying the product without the warranty.

  • Retail Price of Asus Zenwatch Smartwatch price in Pakistan is 20,000.
  • Retail Price of Asus Zenwatch in USD is $200.
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An Elegant Curve Towards The Future

Asus introduced Zen Watch at IFA 2014, the first Android Wear smartwatch from Asus. A smartwatch that features a bold design, and with a metal sandwich-style case that combines brushed stainless steel, polished stainless and matte rose gold looks that might make it the closest we’ve seen yet from the Android camp to resembling an Apple Watch. It has a good performance power and relatively OK battery power.


Your Watch, Your Style

The ZenWatch is undeniably an attractive smartwatch. Like the Samsung Gear Live and LG G Watch, the ZenWatch has a square display. However, the frame around the display is judiciously round, and the top even has a slight curve to it, softening the watch’s appearance. The stainless-steel construction of the body and the clasp, along with a genuine leather strap, the ZenWatch is also not big or heavy, which means that not only does it great, but is also very comfortable on your wrist.

It is straightforward to remove the straps from the ZenWatch, not requiring a special tool like some other smartwatches out there. The Asus ZenWatch features a 1.63-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 320 x 320. Colors are beautiful and vibrant, viewing angles are right, and it does get very bright, making it easy to see while outdoors.

The watch protects with Corning Gorilla Glass 3, and it supports a standard 22mm band fitting, though the ones Asus ships have an easy-release pin design.

The ZenWatch have a power button on it’s back, which is an exciting but perhaps useless addition since you can swipe the screen for options. It’s in a way in which you can’t accidentally press down on it, and the primary use of it to reset the watch if the watch gets stuck.

There are gold charging connectors on the back of the watch, but there’s no heart rate monitor. Preferably it’s been placed on the front, where you can touch any part of the metal frame to get a reading.


Your Whole World On Your Wrist

The ZenWatch has the same internal stuff as several other Android Wear devices. A Qualcomm processor, the APQ8026, otherwise known as the Snapdragon 400, lies at the heart of Asus ZenWatch. It’s a surprisingly powerful dual-core chip, clocked at up to 1.7GHz.

It has 4GB of internal storage for your storage needs and 512 MB of RAM. Naturally, that means the ZenWatch performs just as well as the rest of its rivals, swiping through app and notification cards is usually pretty snappy. The features which need to be mention include Bluetooth, a 369mAh battery, 9-axis sensors, plus the heart rate monitor and IP55 water resistant capabilities.
The ZenWatch sports a 369mAh battery and you need to charge your ZenWatch every night, and it can last more than a day. Like many other smartwatches, the ZenWatch comes with its proprietary charger.


Beauty Never Looked So Sophisticated

If you’ve had a chance to test any Android Wear, then you’re probably familiar with the strengths and weaknesses of this platform. Android Wear is a stream delivering information about weather, traffic info, sports, and occasional recommendations for things in the Google Play store.

Tapping the home watch face screen take you to the apps where you can choose to look at settings, heart rate, steps, agenda, alarms and more. Your most recent app is at the top of a scrolling list. The voice-recognition works surprisingly well, especially in louder environments and it is useful too if you don’t want to take your phone out of your pocket. Notifications are useful, if somewhat limited. You can answer with templates (yes, no, I’m in a meeting I’ll call later).
However, realistically, if you want to reply, you’re getting your phone out.


Specifications of Asus Zenwatch


Announced:September 3, 2014
Released:November 9, 2014


Screen size:1.63 inches (~42.1% screen-to-body ratio)
Resolution:320 x 320 pixels
Pixel Density:~278 ppi pixel density
Display Technology:AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors


2G supported:No
3G supported:No
4G supported:No
Data speed:No


Dimensions:51 x 39.9 x 7.9 ~ 9.4 mm (LxWxH)
Weight:75 g (50 g body + 25 g strap)
Colors:Silver and rose gold color layering Brown leather strap


Camera Features:No


OS:Android Wear OS
Chipset:Qualcomm MSM8926 Snapdragon 400
Processor:Adreno 305
GPU:Quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7
CPU Architecture:Adreno 305


Talk Time:No


USB:Micro USB on Charging Cradle


Sensors:9 Axis Sensor/Bio sensor, Accelerometer
Messaging:SMS, Email, IM
Finger Print:No
Shock resistant:No
Water resistant:IP55


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