ZTE has always been about affordability, and doesn’t deviate in the Quartz. For people looking to buy their first smartwatch, the low price tag makes it a compelling offer, even if it lacks NFC and a heart rate monitor. There are definitely better looking and more feature-packed watches out there, but for this price? It might prove to be enough for some folks, especially those making their first smartwatch buy. Let’s just hope Google Assistant proves as much of a hit as ZTE is banking on.
Among the latest flock of Android Wear smartwatches lie some real beauties, but most of them are going to cost you a pretty penny. Not so much the ZTE Quartz: the company’s first swing at Wear is all about affordability, and although that means some compromises, it still offers the Android Wear 2.0 experience along with a data connection, for $192, undercutting many of its data-connected rivals.
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