"ZTE BlueWatch adds fitness tracking to a Pebble-like design"
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ZTE BlueWatch adds fitness tracking to a Pebble-like design
I am Scott Stein at CES 2014 and this is the ZTE BlueWatch, one of a bunch of wearable tech debuts going on at the show.
This is ZTE's first watch and what it does, well, it looks almost like a Pebble but it works with Android phones 4.0 and above.
What does the ZTE BlueWatch do?
Well, it gets your notifications.
It allows you to control a camera phone remotely.
It allows you to check the weather.
You can control your music.
also has a fitness tracking app which will work a lot like one of your fitness trackers, but it measures the idea of notifications and the fitness tracker into a device.
We're seeing that a lot at the show and it connects with Facebook and Twitter plus it has 10 meters of water resistance and an LED backlight.
It's got an LCD screen.
When is this coming out?
We don't know yet.
Android lovers, you might be interested.
The ZTE BlueWatch is another debut on the show floor fitness trackers and smartwatches.
Maybe they can be friends.
That's the trend
here at CES 2014.
I'm Scott Stein looking at the ZTE BlueWatch here at the show.
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