Previously in January, Google announced the launch of Android Wear 2.0 take place in early February. Moreover, it’ll also officially introduce the LG Watch Sport and Watch Style which are the first devices to run Android Wear 2.0 from day one. The search engine giant had previously assured that there’d be many Android Wear 2.0 watches are arriving this year from others. Whereas now, according to a new leak, the ZTE smartphone manufacturing company is also entering in the smartwatch battlefield.
The Chinese company is allegedly in the making of its first ever Smartwatch running Android Wear called Quartz, which leaked image is above. The ZTE Quartz is alleged to arrive with a model number of ZW10. Additionally, it’ll also come with Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity allowing for data access when it isn’t paired to the smartphone including attending calls from the wrist.
However, there aren’t any other information about the specs yet which clearly states that its still in development process. Moreover, it’s not possible to say whether the Quartz gets unveiled at MWC in Barcelona by the end of this month. Anyways, let’s wait and see what happens as we move closer to the event.