Asus previously has made undoubtedly one of the nicest-looking Android smart watches, however it appears like the manufacturer is gearing up to relocate beyond the ZenWatch. We’ve noticed rumors of a second-generation ZenWatch with tremendously prolonged battery time along with a more convenient user interface, the good news is we’re hearing a bit concerning yet another unit labeled as the Asus VivoWatch which will operate a version of Microsoft’s Windows OS.

ASUS VivoWatch May Run Windows And Focuses Fitness & Health:

Generally, Asus merchandise which have the “Vivo” labeling are more economical Windows devices, and when the term VivoWatch initially popped up on the web, rumors of a Windows-based smart watch that actually works similar to the Microsoft Band began to scatter. Most recently, the VivoWatch made an physical appearance in the Bluetooth SIG data-base. The transient narrative of the gadget declares that it’s a health as well as a fitness-focused smart watch designed to diagnose heart rate together with sleep data. The VivoWatch will certainly link up users’ smartphones by means of Bluetooth LE, the publishing reports. Beyond those scanty particulars, practically nothing other than that regarding the VivoWatch is exposed.

An alternate leak stumbled upon by Notebook Italia suggests that the VivoWatch may have Global positioning system, that will make sense if Asus is intended to render it much more of a health and fitness gadget. That specific publishing points that the VivoWatch may additionally possess smart watch-like features, which includes notifications for texts, emails, calls, calendar alerts, and alarms. To date, there’s absolutely no updates on exactly what it will look like, however the VivoWatch probably will possess a certain display for the noti.
It’s unclear at this time when Asus is going to introduce the VivoWatch, the good news is that it’s revealed up on the Bluetooth SIG site, it may make it to Mobile World Congress this March. Stay tuned for more updates.


Source: Notebook Italia, Bluetooth SIG


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