We already went hands-on with the Zenwatch 2 a few weeks ago, and not much has changed with the watch or our impressions since then, but it’s important to know that there are multiple versions, and we’ll be testing the baseline model — meaning a bigger display, and a texturized rubber watch band. The build quality is surprisingly solid given the Zenwatch’s relatively low cost, starting at $129, and if you don’t like the stock band, you can swap it out effortlessly thanks to the quick release pins.

Possibly the biggest appeal of the Zenwatch 2 is its price point. You can pick up a first-generation Moto 360 for around the same price, but the Zenwatch 2 offers newer specs, a higher-res screen, better battery life, and more. We’ll be testing ours with both iOS and Android over the next few weeks, and our full review will be coming shortly afterwards. Let us know in the comments below what you want us to look at in our review!

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