The ELE Watch may challenge Android Wear competition with its price tag

One of the biggest challenges that Android Wear faces today, is that just as people debated the need for a tablet until these became affordable, the same goes with wearables. Smartwatches are still a market that struggles to find a purpose, and price tags don’t really help in this endeavor. Elephone wants to defy that, and today we learn how.

The ELE Watch is the company’s solution to a stylish smartwatch that’s adequately priced. Elephone teased the watch a few weeks ago, but today we get more details on what will come in the package. To start, let’s get the hottest information out of the way, as the ELE Watch will apparently start at just $115. For that price tag you’ll be getting a 1.5-inch TFT 320 x 320 display, 1.2GHz MediaTek SOC, 4GB of built-in storage, 512MB of RAM, Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, and a 400 mAh battery that should last 80 hours according to the listing. It’ll run the latest version of Android Wear, is fit as a Unisex watch, and sports a metallic design that’s also IP67 Waterproof.

We’re not exactly sure when this product will gain an official launch, but we’ll definitely keep an eye out for you.


Source: Gearbest
Via: XDA-Developers

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