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ZTE Launched the ZTE Watch GT and LiveBuds SE

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In ZTE’s previous launch event in China, the company officially unveiled its S30 Series phones. Along with it, they also showcased their Watch GT, ZTE’s smartwatch, and the LiveBuds SE, the new pair of TWS earphones.

The ZTE Watch GT sports a 1.39-inch AMOLED display and showcases a traditional round wristwatch. The build is made out of lightweight aluminum alloy making it light for the user. For its sensors, it has heart rate, blood oxygen levels, sleep, and stress. Other sensors include GPS and 5ATM waterproofing which allows the user to enjoy their swimming sessions, part of the 16-sports mode supported. For sports fans, especially football fans, a football mode is included that indicates the position the wearer is playing at in real-time. It will also provide a heat map that tells the most active areas on the pitch.

There will also be notification management, remote photo capture, music controls, and other features. For battery life, the ZTE Watch GT can run up to 15 days in normal use while it can go up to 23 days if power-saving is enabled. The casing will be available in a brushed look while the silicon straps will come in black, gray, orange, yellow, and blue colors.

The LiveBuds SE, on the other hand, will have an in-ear design and long stems. It is lightweight and has already received an IPX4 rating which is able to resist light water and sweat. Other features will be call noise reduction while battery life can last up to one week in normal use. The earbuds will be available in black and white colors and will come with an oval charging case.

The ZTE Watch GT is priced at CNY 599 (PHP4,433 est.) while the LiveBuds SE will have a price tag of CNY 149 (PHP1,102 est.) and will be available in China. There are no details on when an international release would be available.

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