ZTE is developing a new Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch named Quartz, according to a report from Android Police.
The publication was able to obtain information on the upcoming wearable thanks to one of its readers, who sent in images of the device anonymously. The first hint that ZTE was working on a smartwatch, the company’s first, came out via a U.S. Federal Communications Commission filing this past February. Evan Blass later first leaked an image of the smartwatch in February 2017.
With only images to work with, Android Police did not publish specifics related to internal specs. That said, the website says its confident Quartz will not ship with heart rate sensor, nor will it include NFC or LTE connectivity. It will, however, include a 3G modem.
As noted the above, the device is running the latest version of Google’s wearable operating system, Android Wear 2.0. Android Police additionally notes Quartz is running Wear 2.0 on top of Android 7.1.1.
No word yet on pricing and availability.
Source: Android Police