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ASUS ZenWatch 3: A Pocket Friendly SmartWatch

No stranger when it comes to the Smartwatch scene, the ZenWatch 3 is the latest flagship Smartwatch for ASUS. With significant upgrades to both internal specifications and external aesthetics, the ZenWatch 3 really differs itself from the other Smartwatches in its class.


This time ASUS has paid more focus to the ZenWatch 3’s aesthetics. At first glance, it can easily be mistaken for a regular analog watch – especially with its rose gold bezel and side crown buttons. In fact, for those familiar to Smartwatches will see that it slightly resembles the Samsung Gear S2, especially with its default watch face. Boasting a 1.39” AMOLED display with a 400 x 400 resolution at 286ppi, you can expect to see clear and vibrant colours even under the sun. Additionally, the main body is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass and is IP67 certified, perfect for those who suffer from a serious case of butter finger syndrome and or a splash or two ruining your ZenWatch 3.

The three key new features in-built into the ZenWatch 3 is the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor, HyperCharge capabilities and an improved activity high accuracy tracker. These improved features will allow for the ZenWatch 3 to constantly cater to however active or demanding your lifestyle may be. Able to provide up to 2 days of use with a full charge of its 340mAh battery, the ZenWatch 3 is always read-to-go. In the event, you run out of juice, it is also able to charge up to 60% in just 15 minutes flat.

Easy on the eyes, packed with some great features and compatible with both Android and iOS devices, makes the ZenWatch 3 a good piece of Smart technology for those who are looking to enter the Smartwatch scene.


Availability and Price

The ASUS ZenWatch 3 will be available in Singapore at any ASUS Brand stores and authorised retails from 11 November onward. It is priced at SG$369 and comes it two colour variants, Dark Brown and Beige.

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