Zopo has finally announced its first ever smart watch, and boy is it looking good. The Zopo Z Watch sports a round IPS touchscreen, similar to the Moto G, with a stainless steel body in a choice of gold, black or silver. Powered by a MediaTek MTK2502A processor and 128MB of RAM, the Z Watch promises to be able to connect to both Android and iOS devices and allow users access to instant voice answering, alarms, and other basic functionality without having to whip your phone out.
The Zopo Z Watch also comes with basic health-related features, such as sleep monitoring, a heart rate monitor, and pedometer. For its 12.5mm thickness, the smart watch comes with a surprisingly large 320mAh battery, although it’s still too early to say what kind of battery life you’ll be getting.
The Zopo Z Watch will become available for international pre-sale beginning August 3. Those who do pre-order can expect their Z Watch to be shipped starting August 20. No news on pricing yet, but considering this is a budget brand, it should be a more affordable alternative to the Moto 360.