ZTE Quartz

6.5/10 AVG.
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  • ZTE Quartz
  • ZTE Quartz
  • ZTE Quartz
  • ZTE Quartz

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Specification

Brand ZTE
Model ZTE ZW10
Release date 14-April-2017
Weight 89 grams (3.14 ounces)

Reviews (6.5/10 Avg. rating)


GreenBot

The best Android Wear value, plain and simple

from GreenBot

At just $192, you’re not likely to find a better deal for a 3G Android Wear watch, even if you opt for one of the marked-down first-gen versions. All-day, independent connectivity is quite a feat for a sub-$200 2017 watch, and if that’s one of the features you crave, there’s very little reason reason not to pick one up.

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At just $192, you’re not likely to find a better deal for a 3G Android Wear watch, even if you opt for one of the marked-down first-gen versions. All-day, independent connectivity is quite a feat for a sub-$200 2017 watch, and if that’s one of the features you crave, there’s very little reason reason not to pick one up.

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Tom's Guide

A cheap smartwatch, with some caveats

from Tom's Guide

The ZTE Quartz is a relatively affordable smartwatch option, running on the new and improved Android Wear 2.0. A built-in SIM lets you make calls and send texts without forcing you to tether the watch to your phone. But that connectivity is limited to 3G on T-Mobile, which may be a drawback for m...More

The ZTE Quartz is a relatively affordable smartwatch option, running on the new and improved Android Wear 2.0. A built-in SIM lets you make calls and send texts without forcing you to tether the watch to your phone. But that connectivity is limited to 3G on T-Mobile, which may be a drawback for many. And while the watch has GPS, the Quartz lacks a heart rate monitor and NFC for mobile payments.

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PC Magazine

Gets the price right but still has some kinks to work out

from PC Magazine

We haven't found an Android Wear watch we really love yet, and the ZTE Quartz doesn't change that. Price is its biggest selling point. At less than $200, it's cheaper than the rest of the Android Wear 2.0 watches we've seen, especially considering it has cellular capability. It's $150 less than t...More

We haven't found an Android Wear watch we really love yet, and the ZTE Quartz doesn't change that. Price is its biggest selling point. At less than $200, it's cheaper than the rest of the Android Wear 2.0 watches we've seen, especially considering it has cellular capability. It's $150 less than the LG Watch Sport, while offering nearly the same functionality and a more accessible design.

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