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Z1 Smart Watch Review

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The Z1 smart watch stands to be a stiff competition to its equivalents and other smart watch competitors of its zone. The watch is loaded with high-end features and offers a higher intellect quotient in terms of functionality. It is quite possible that reading further, you might end up asking yourself a very pertinent question-Is it a Smart Watch or a Smart Phone??

Z1 Smart Watch view

The Z1 Smart Watch offers a Mediatek ARM9 processor that operates at a pretty good speed of 426 MHz. The RAM memory is nearly 256 MB that makes your operations run in a fluidic manner without any kind of hesitation. A 2.0” display screen is quite large that helps you manage your functions easily. Moreover, it comes with a 300 MB internal storage and a way-too-good 8 GB expandable storage. This helps you keep all your stuff just at the wrist of your hands.

In addition to this, the Z1 Smart Watch has an in-built WiFi and a Bluetooth 2.0 in it. Additionally it also offers a SIM card slot along with a microphone and speaker. This enables you to receive as well as make calls at any instant of time. The watch also offers a 2.0 megapixel camera that comes handy to capture your surrounding details.

Z1_Android_Smart_Watch_Phone view

The watch is designed to function at GSM frequencies of 850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz respectively. The battery life is 800mAH that serves you well for a larger period of time. The stand-by time is nearly 36 hrs and the talk-time is close to 4 hrs. The Z1 Smart Watch is running on almost all Android versions from Android 2.2 onwards. It is available at Amazon here:

This heavily loaded package is available at nearly 200$, which stands a fair price put to the device. Well, we need to see that how nicely does the watch strikes the market.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Your article about Z1 smartwatch has got me in confusion. Ia this the the androildy smartwatch that had an fund raising campainge on indiegogo.com?

    • Hi Ruchit,

      I think it was Pebble and not the Z1 ;) But many of them are getting crowsourcing money from those type of websites.

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