Neo 3, available in black, brown is marketed by Zeblaze with a proprietary operating system, definitely valid and updated to the latest version available. To underline the battery compartment and the sensor component, very valid and reliable.
One of the aspects to consider in a smartwatch is definitely the display. Situations of low brightness or, on the contrary, full sun may reduce the visibility of the screen, which is necessary in any situation.
As far as the display is concerned, Zeblaze’s choice fell on a single point touchscreen panel with IPS LCD technology standard for smartwatches but which guarantees the excellent usability of the device thanks to the resolution of 240×240 pixels. Protected from scratches, this smartwatch is very well made, certainly built to last as long as possible.
Generally, smartwatches on the market are equipped with four types of technologies for their displays. These are LCD, traditional or Sharp Memory, E-Ink or OLED. Some models may instead be equipped with MEMS technology, developed by Qualcomm, or be AMOLED, the technology developed by Samsung.
ARM stands for Advanced RISC Machines, and is the type of architecture most used on smartphone processors. For the processor to be valid, it must respond to two characteristics. It must be especially small, since the motherboard of a wearable is considerably smaller than that of a computer.
The case hides rather important elements: starting with the processor, a RealTek 8762C processor a product made specifically for this type of devices. The proposed storage is comfortable, while the RAM present helps the processor: overall, the Neo 2 performs well and is smooth, without slowing down.
The degree of waterproofness of this smartwatch is IP67. One aspect to evaluate before buying a smartwatch is the waterproofness. This is indicated by the abbreviation IP (International Protection), followed by two numbers. These indicate the water resistance of the smartwatch. The most popular abbreviations on the market are IP67 and IP68. In the first case, the smartwatch is protected from water and dust, but it can be submerged to a depth of maximum 1 meter for 30 minutes. IP68 indicates a higher degree of protection (only with respect to liquids): in this case, the watch can be submerged up to 3 meters for one hour. In addition, some smartwatches are resistant to greater depths. To understand how far you can go, the manufacturer will specify so-called atmospheres (ATM).
Zeblaze has chosen a 180 mAh battery for this Neo 3, a very good capacity that allows you to stress the smartwatch for many hours of intensive use. This smartwatch comes with a magnetic charging cable.
Another aspect you need to analyze before buying a smartwatch is the battery life. Hardly a smartphone lasts less than 24 hours, the average battery life of devices on the market varies from one to two days. Recharging, on the other hand, takes about three hours, but it is not excluded that in some cases, especially with larger batteries, it takes longer.
If you go to practice often, then this Neo 3 will be a very useful tool. Thanks to different sensors you’ll have precise data to monitor your sessions, even the most intensive ones, which you’ll also be able to compare over time keeping your activity under control. From the point of view of connectivity, instead, we find Bluetooth 5.0 for an immediate connection with your smartphone and fast data exchange. This Zeblaze Neo 3 is compatible with Android and iOS smartphones.
The sensors on a smartwatch are essential when purchasing. Accelerometer and barometer are two sensors now present on most devices, but if you are looking for something more specific it is good to evaluate all the specifications.