Deal: Get the ZTE Quartz smartwatch for less than $100 (50% off) at T-Mobile

ZTE's smartwatch, the Quartz was launched at T-Mobile more than six months ago, as cheap alternatives to Samsung's Gear S3 and LG's wearable devices. For less than $200, you could buy the ZTE Quartz, a smartwatch that doesn't feature NFC (Near Field Communications), light sensor, or at least a heart sensor.

Well, the good news is ZTE Quartz comes with Android Wear 2.0 right out of the box, so you'll most likely benefit from the latest features introduced by Google. The T-Mobile version of the smartwatch includes DIGITS, which allows users to pair their numbers with their wearable device and leave their phone at home (no Bluetooth or Wi-Fi is required).

Seven months after it was released on the market, ZTE Quartz is still selling at T-Mobile for $192. Still, for a limited time, customers can pick it up for just $96 (50% off). Customers can pay the smartwatch upfront or get the ZTE Quartz for $4 per month for 24 months.

It's a decent deal considering ZTE Quartz has good enough components inside: Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 CPU, 4GB storage, and 500 mAh battery. Also, the smartwatch features a 1.4-inch full circle OLED display with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 coating.



1. JocularJ

Posts: 222; Member since: Apr 27, 2011

Damn, missed my chance to get it for $48 and now the "special pricing" is double that. At this price, is the watch worth it?

2. sgodsell

Posts: 7621; Member since: Mar 16, 2013

Of course it's worth it. Especially when you can install and play music directly from the watch. Plus it has fitness tracking. You can even install apps directly to this Android Wear smart watch. Like all kinds of games, as well as utilities.

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