Asus Unveils ZenWatch 3

At the IFA, Asus has announced its latest Android wear smartwatch - ZenWatch 3. The new smartwatch is round in shape and performs better than the previous smartwatches launched by the company. It runs on the new Qualcomm Snapdragon, which has been specifically designed for devices like the ZenWatch 3. Asus has also gone on to claim that it helps the smartwatch to charge around 60 percent in just 15 minutes, and they also said that it would last at least two days on a single charge.
 
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The ZenWatch 3 is 9.95mm, and it is now available in three different finishes -  Gunmetal, Silver, and Rose Gold. The company claims that the premium-quality, cold forged steel is 82 percent stronger in comparison to conventional steel. There are three crown buttons, which adorn the case, providing quick access to the most frequently used functions. This smartwatch comes with a strap which is made from a choice of stitched Italian leather or high-quality rubber, and each of it is now available in beige or dark brown colors.
 
In complement with its physical design, the latest ZenWatch 3 comes with more than 50 software watch faces, which can be easily changed by using the ZenWatch Manager smartphone app, and it allows the users to easily customized their watch to fit according to the style of their choice, as per the occasion or the mood. Several of these watch faces also support customizable widgets which display useful information, such as daily step counts, current weather, missed call notifications. The company also informed that the wearer will also be able to create their own unique watch face with the FaceDesigner smartphone app.
 
 
“ASUS ZenWatch 3 features the all-new ZenFit activity tracking app that automatically counts wearers' steps throughout the day with industry-leading 95 percent accuracy and provides reminders to stand and move after periods of inactivity. ZenFit works together with the companion smartphone app to provide helpful and easy-to-understand summaries and graphs for a complete picture of physical activity.”