Taiwan head-quartered company Asus has unveiled a fitness based smartwatch ahead of the Milan Design Week. Dubbed as Asus VivoWatch, it is a fitness centric device, with stainless steel body, heart-rate monitoring, IP67 certification rating against dust and water, sleep tracking.
Moreover, Asus Chairman Jonney Shih has hinted that the device will last up to 10 days on a single charge and reportedly working on another OS, leaving out the Android wear OS.
Back in February, Jerry Shen, revealed that the company is working on mobile OS for the smartwatches that will help in longer battery life.
"The major concern is about saving power," Shen was reported as saying. "We will continue to work with Google on Android Wear, and we will have another [ZenWatch] that is not based on Android Wear and features a longer battery life."