Zeblaze Cosmo Smartwatch Unveiled, Available For Pre-Order

Zeblaze is a China-based smartwatch manufacturer. This company has released three smartwatches thus far, the Zeblaze Rover, Crystal and the all-new Cosmo. We've already reviewed the Zeblaze Crystal last October, and the company has just introduced the Cosmo, their new smartwatch offering. The device is currently available for pre-order, let's see what this watch has to offer, shall we.

The Zeblaze Cosmo is made out of metal, and as you can see, it doesn't exactly look like a smartwatch at a first glance. The company has tried to achieve that classic look as far as the design is concerned, and this is the result. The watch sports a 1.61-inch 320 x 256 display, along with 64MB of RAM and 128MB of internal storage. The watch is powered by MediaTek's 2502C SoC, and a 250mAh battery is also a part of this package. The company claims that this watch's battery can last for 72 hours of standby time, and it is also IP65 certified, which means it is water and dust resistant.

This smartwatch is compatible with both Android and iOS, and it is equipped with Bluetooth 4.0. Now, the watch is made out of CNC metal, but while it ships with a leather strap. The watch is available in Silver and Gold color options, both of which you can check out in the images down below. The pedometer and heart rate monitor are also included here, and the watch itself offering quite a few functions despite the fact it ships with a third-party software. You can use it as your camera remote, music player, while it is also equipped with security again theft, just in case you lose it. The watch measures 54 x 36 x 10.9mm, while it weighs 53 grams. If you'd like to check out the design of this watch, take a look at the gallery down below. There are also Zeblaze's promo and hands-on videos available below this article, in case you're interested in that as well. The watch is not available for pre-order from a number of Chinese resellers, including GearBest, where it costs $69.99 at the moment.

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