ZTE Quartz gets a an update — security patch and syncing improvements

ZTE Quartz gets a an update — security patch and syncing improvements
It has been two months since ZTE released the Quartz — the company's first Android Wear smartwatch — exclusively through T-Mobile. It's a roundfaced timepiece with a metal chassis and appealing looks, a promise of 3-day battery life, Android Wear 2.0, and Qualcomm's Snapdragon 2100 wearable-dedicated SoC. To top the package off, it's autonomous, allowing you to make calls and texts over T-Mo's network without bringing your phone along. All of this for $192 sounds like a pretty sweet deal, but what about software support?

ZTE is proving it's serious in this regard as well. For the second month in a row, it has added the latest security patches via OTA updates to its Quartz smartwatch. This month's software upgrade also brings Bluetooth connection and sync improvements, along other minor tweaks.

Android Wear veterans know the deal — you need to charge up your watch and leave it on a steady Wi-Fi connection while updating. Arm yourself with patience and enjoy the patch!

source: ZTE


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