Recently, ZeaPlus, a Chinese company, announced a first smartwatch device called DM360. This one looks just like the Moto 360, a smartwatch launched on the market last year for a $250. When it comes to its Chinese clone, the price tag is only $99, and for this amount of money we’ll get a lot of features in the package.



In terms of specs we’re looking at a product that comes with 1.22 inch TFT touchscreen display (240 x 240 pixels), a Mediatek MTK2502A processor, 32 MB RAM memory and 128 MB space of internal storage. We get a rounded case made out of stainless steel, a heart rate monitor, a pedometer and a sleep monitor.


This smartwatch offers Android and iOS compatibility via Bluetooth 4.0, IP67 certification for water and dust protection and a 320 mAh battery that promises up to 2 days of lifetime.


It seems that Zeaplus comes with a real genuine leather strap that can be easily be removed. Unfortunately, just like the Moto 360, this smartwatch doesn’t bring a full circular display. You can watch the product video down below. What do you think about the Zeaplus Watch DM360?

You can buy the watch from here.


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