The ZenWatch is one of the most attractive square Android Wear watches on the market. The OLED screen is gently curved with a polished stainless steel body inlaid with a rose gold-coloured inset. A traditional brown leather strap with a locking clasp completes the look. The classic styling may not suit everyone, but at 75g in weight and 9.4mm thick, the watch is comfortable to wear, does not feel chunky and the 1.63-inch Gorilla Glass 3-covered screen is bright and relatively crisp. It is also water resistant to IP55 standards, which means no swimming, but rain is not a problem. The smartwatch has a built-in heart rate sensor, but instead of being an optical sensor it uses a capacitive one. Two fingers need to be placed on the metal frame of the watch to complete a circuit and measure the wearer’s pulse. I found it as accurate as the optical heart rate sensors, but it takes slightly longer to get a measurement. But because there is nothing that needs pressing against the wrist the watch does not have to be as tight as those with optical sensors, which makes it more comfortable to wear – a bonus considering how rarely… Read full this story
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