Elephone ELE Watch based on Android Wear to Launch Soon
Elephone is coming up with a stylish smartwatch that might be cost effective, as looking at the current portfolio of company it sure looks like. Though,it would be company’s first smartwatch. The Chinese smartphone manufacturer is known to hype up its products a lot. And this seems like company’s new teaser to enter into wearable market.
It looks surprisingly premium, taking design cues from Moto 360 and Huawei Watch, it might be the ultimate affordable smartwatch that enthusiasts has been waiting for. And did we tell you that it would be powered by Android Wear OS, Google’s wearable operating system.
Sporting a circular dial, the slim bezeled wearable won’t have the flat tyre like Moto 360, which is a very good thing. It would pack 1.5-inch display and would ship in three colors, Silver, Black and Gold.
The internal specifications of the watch are unknown yet, but it is allegedly coming up with a MediaTek Aster MT2502A chipset. Though, it is said that if they go to the MT2601 chipset, only then there would be a possibility that it would support Android Wear.
Additionally, it can be seen that alleged smartwatch will boast a crown button at the 2 o’clock position, just like the second generation Moto 360. Though, it all look dreamy for now, and it isn’t even sure if the company is working. So, we advise you to take this information with a grain of salt.