has launched CZ Smart as the first smart watch of a Japanese . It has been launched in the United States and has a circular with three physical buttons on the right. The is made of stainless steel, and the wearable device has a single size. You will get three dial color options, one with a stainless steel strap and the other two with a silicone strap. CZ Smart is powered by the latest generation 3100 processor. The smart watch can run on Google’s Wear OS.

CZ Smart

The only 46mm version of CZ Smart is priced at US$395 (approximately Rs 29,300). It offers three options-gunmetal color and ion-plated stainless steel case and bracelet, silver stainless steel case with black silicone strap and silver stainless steel case with blue silicone strap. CZ Smart is currently accepting pre-orders in the U.S. and will go on sale in the U.S. on December 14.

As of now, citizens have not shared any information about international availability.

CZ Smart specifications, functions

Citizen’s CZ Smart has a 1.28-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 416×416 pixels and is equipped with a Gorilla Glass protective film. It is powered by the Snapdragon 3100 processor and has 8GB of internal storage space. The public said that the battery can be used for more than 24 hours, and the smart watch also has a multi-day mode. Using a magnetic charger that can be buckled to the ring on the back of the smartwatch, it takes 40 minutes to reach 80% power.

CZ Smart is waterproof up to 3ATM or 30 meters. For connectivity, you can get GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC. The smart watch also has a speaker and microphone. The sensors on the board include a heart rate monitor, barometer, accelerometer and gyroscope. CZ Smart runs on Google’s Wear OS and is compatible with Android and iOS devices. You can get customizable watch dials, notification alerts, reminders, and can control music directly from the smart watch.

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