Smartwatches are still not mainstream, but we're seeing more and more of them hit the market as time goes by. Android Wear has certainly speed up that process, we've seen quite a few Android Wear-powered watches hit the market since the platform launched back in 2014. Google's Android Wear platform is a dominant OS for smartwatches at the moment, but many OEMs are implementing their very own operating system on their products, like Pebble for example, and a number of Chinese brands. We're here to talk about such a smartwatch here, and a company who made it, read on.
Zeblaze is yet another China-based company which is manufacturing smart gadgets. This company is best known for their Zeblaze ishot1 action camera, but the company has also released a smartwatch recently, their very first smartwatch. The Zeblaze Rover smart watch costs only $79.99 and is made out of metal, though it can be purchased via resellers like GearBest for a lot less than that, it's priced at $49.99 over at GearBest at the moment. This watch sports a 1.54-inch 240 x 240 TFT IPS display along with 24MB of RAM. The watch is powered by MediaTek's MTK2501 processor clocked at 108MHz, and Bluetooth 4.0 is also a part of this package. The watch packs in a 250mAh battery which can fuel the watch for 72 hours in standby, and can provide 8 hours of talk time according to the company. The watch strap is made out of leather, and the watch has anti-theft functions and can monitor your sleep. You can talk via this watch, it even has a built-in speaker. Pedometer, Altimeter, Thermometer and Barometer are also built-in here, and the watch comes in Black Orange, Gold Brown and Sliver Black color variants. The Zeblaze Rover measures 45 x 44 x 8.8mm, while it weighs 48 grams.
This company is currently selling their devices via Amazon, eBay and a number of Chinese resellers. Zeblaze's webpage reveals that they'll start selling devices in Europe soon, and the company has also confirmed that another smartwatch is on its way, a more 'powerful one' said the company. There you have it folks, another affordable smartwatch made out of metal, if you'd like to get a copy, follow the source link down below which will take you to the company's website.