ASUS ZenWatch 3 hands-on — Android Wear 2.0 in the round

This is the new ASUS ZenWatch 3. It has dual distinctions: it’s the first Android Wear 2.0 device that will see a full launch and the first take on a round smartwatch from ASUS. Read: http://www.androidcentral.com/hands-asus-zenwatch-3

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35 thoughts on “ASUS ZenWatch 3 hands-on — Android Wear 2.0 in the round

  1. Aha so that's why 2.0 got delayed- Google was busy with Android Wear 3.0! Those sly Devils! 🙂 of course he's meaning 2.0 but even that is wrong since it will reportedly ship in Nov for $229 US and running AndWear 1.5. It would be nice if Google opened the 2.0 beta to include the ZenWatch 3 so they have a multi button device with the SnapDragon 2100 SOC designed for Smartwatches as a test unit…

  2. I see so many people talking about the "huge" buttons. I honestly didn't even look at them til I saw comments everywhere. They're fine to me.

  3. pity there is no video mention about the ambient sensor… does it has auto brightness? no flat tyre…does any manufacturer put an ambient sensor separate with the screen so that no flat tyre, full circular screen+auto brightness.

  4. Proprietary watch bands? No thanks. Unlike Apple products, there likely won't be any 3rd party band adapters for this watch. Huawei Watch is still the best Android Wear option at this point, IMO. They're just grossly overpriced.

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