Zeaplus announce Zeawatch G2 clone for $69.99


Regulars of GizChina will have seen the name Zeaplus before, and chances are you have also seen their Zeawatch too only sold under another name.

Zeaplus sprung to life a few months back with promises of an iPhone 6 clone and Xiaomi Mi4 clone, but so far we haven’t seen either device launch in to the market. The company are still forging ahead though and now want to make a space for themselves on your wrist with the Zeawatch.

Take a good look at the Zeawatch as you have probably seen this wearable before either as the Samsung Galaxy Gear 2, or the No.2 G2 (a clone of the Samsung watch).

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Zeaplus have listed the specs for their watch to include a Mediatek MT2502 processor, a 1.54-inch display, 32mb RAM and 128MB of internal memory. The wearable also boasts a 2 mega-pixel built-in camera and claims to have 70 hours of standby from the 235mAh battery and a heart rate monitor. So basically the same specifications as the No.1 G2.

For $69.99 at least the Zeawatch is affordable making it a good possibility for those of you who haven’t owned a wearable device before. More details over on the Zeaplus website.

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  1. Chris
    January 13, 2015

    “That MT2502 won’t be able to handle high end games at 1080p, so I recommend against buying this watch”

    • Chris
      January 13, 2015

      “What nonsense is that, who needs 1080p on a smartwatch ?”

      • Chris
        January 13, 2015

        “Well gpu performance is an important aspect of smartwatch performance so let’s not ignore it.”

        • Airyl
          January 13, 2015

          That’s just childish.

    • Mesterio
      January 13, 2015

      OK Boss!

  2. Airyl
    January 13, 2015

    Another Gear clone? Meh.

  3. ailkayu
    January 13, 2015

    Are these watches capable of installing apps?

  4. Bogdan Botezatu
    January 13, 2015

    They don’t have any real product released yet. All of them are only on “paper”

  5. Steven Fox
    January 14, 2015

    I have a watch with the same chip, and it’s a weak performer, but gets the job done.
    CPU is 120Mhz A7 with 32mb SRAM and 128mb internal memory. All the basic tasks are fine, but when you try to take a picture with the watch it’s like a stop-motion animation.