There is a unwritten law for popular gadgets. If it works well and is successful, probably a manufacturer that dares to make a “tribute” to it but reducing copying the design specifications and making it a more limited device. We have seen mobile phones and tablets but smartwatches not spared, the Motorola Moto 360 is the latest member this select club.
Zeaplus, a Chinese manufacturer, has decided to refer the design Android Wear Motorola for a copy that is physically very similar. Of course, beyond this illusion by looking in detail and we can see that this watch is a copy of the Moto 360. Despite its cheeky looks, it does not seem a bad option for those who want a clock connected for little money.
A copy limitations
If you look at the details we can see that the body is metallic, brushed aluminum is a bit exaggerated in the pictures, but some details change, such as change physical button instead of and the emergence of a series of holes that allow us to use a microphone and a speaker to answer calls, as we can see in the video that has been published ZeaPlus. What you have just below these lines.
In Idle have opted for a circular panel 1.22 inch TFT technology. So resolution is 240 x 240 pixels and the body is sealed with IP53 protection. That is, it is protected to withstand water, dust, rain and sweat. We can swim with him but not the toughest. There are manufacturers like Motorola, LG and Sony are ahead in this respect.
The watch has a sort of own software and is not based on Android Wear. It is paired with the phone, though, and allows us to have a few applications but it seems that the foci of this accessory are on one hand the sport (he has heart rate monitor and pedometer to measure steps) and secondly the ability to take calls directly from the wrist.
The most interesting Zeaplus WatchDM360 (up to resemble the name) is the price. The manufacturer is selling from $ 99 and seem to have a store in Europe so if we buy to send to Spain we will not have to deal with customs and tariff payments. Is a good choice if you want a clock connected for little money but remember that at the level of use and functionality goes far behind the Moto 360
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