ZeaPlus S2 Is A Circular Cross-Platform Smartwatch

ZeaPlus is one of those companies which not many people heard of at this point. This is a relatively young company, they released their first handset last year, and they do have a handful of products out in the market at the moment. The company has already released two smartwatches out in the market, and the third one has just come in knocking. The watch will be called ZeaPlus S2, and the company didn't announce it just yet, but we do have some details to share with you, read on.

The ZeaPlus S2 will be a circular smartwatch, and by the looks of it, it will be powered by MediaTek's MT6260 processor. It will feature a circular TFT display on the front, and its resolution will be 240 x 240 pixels. The watch will also sport 32MB of RAM and 128GB of storage on the inside, and a 350mAh battery will also be a part of this package. The ZeaPlus S2 will feature a 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera and will be compatible with both Android and iOS, which might make it appealing for a lot of people out there who are using both of these smartphone platforms. A pedometer will also be included in this package, and same can be said about the heartrate sensor. The watch will have sleep tracking capability as well, and will also rock IP67 certification, which means it will be both water and dust resistant.

That's it as far as specs go. We don't have any specific details when it comes to the operating system of this smartwatch, but we'll keep you posted either way. If you take a look at the gallery down below you'll be able to see some images of the upcoming ZeaPlus S2, and as you can see, the watch looks quite sleek. The design of this smartwatch won't appeal to everyone though, of course. Keep in mind that these are official images, same goes for the specs mentioned above. This smartwatch is already listed on the company's webpage and it's priced at $99. It isn't available just yet though, but that might change soon, the moment this company decides to officially announce it.

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