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ZTE Watch GT with 15 days battery life, SpO2 sensor launched: Price, Specifications

ZTE Watch GT

ZTE Watch GT revealed in China along with the ZTE S30 series. The smartwatch comes with a circular curved AMOLED display, 16 sport modes, can show notification alerts, heart rate monitoring, blood oxygen sensor, and 15 days battery life.

ZTE Watch GT Specifications

ZTE Watch GT features a 1.19 inches circular AMOLED display with a 2.5D curved display. In terms of design, the smartwatch is made of ultra-light Aluminium alloy and the company claims that the watch will provide a comfortable and light wearing experience.

The ZTE watch GT comes with 16 inbuilt sport modes indoor running, outdoor running, outdoor walking, outdoor cycling, spinning, swimming, hiking, yoga, basketball, football, strength training, and more. The smartwatch comes with inbuilt GPS that features a muti-mode GPS positioning system.

Due to the GPS support, the watch provides an impressive heatmap feature in the football mode using which you can track your playing positions and reveal a heatmap of the areas where you have been active in the stadium during the watch. The smartwatch comes with a heart rate sensor, blood oxygen sensor, and more.

The smartwatch is 5 ATM water resistance certified which means you can use it while workouts, swimming, and more. The ZTE Watch GT shows notification alerts like incoming calls, SMS, and more. Additionally, the features like remote photo capture, screen wake up on raise hands, music controls, and more. The company states that the watch can provide 15 days of battery life in normal usage, and 23 days in ultra-long battery life mode.

ZTE Watch GT Price and Availability

ZTE Watch GT is priced at 599 yuan and the company has provided a discount of 50 yuan till March 31 in China. The watch is listed on jd.com and other Chinese online stores.

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