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Release Date in Philippines
DateNov 2016

Reviews of ASUS ZenWatch 3 (WI503Q)
Reviewed on 2017-07-31
All-day battery, Thin design, Extra buttons for apps
No heart rate monitor, Few replacement bands, Isn't great with an iPhone
Asus finally got around to updating the ZenWatch 3 to Android Wear 2.0. I've been wearing it on and off (no pun intended) for a couple months now, and I have been waiting patiently to see if the new software would change the experience of this smartwatch...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-26
Good battery life, solid set of Smart Functions, good display,
Subpar fitness tracking, average battery life
The Asus ZenWatch 3 is a reasonably priced, slim and stylish smartwatch that will only get better with the advent of Android Wear 2.0. This watch is much less bulky than other models, and is still a great all-around watch, even though it earned a slightly...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-24
Asus has long been one of the leaders in the Android Wear smartwatch scene. Their ZenWatch and ZenWatch 2 were excellent devices for their times and well priced to boot. The ZenWatch 3 is the newest entry in the ZenWatch line and it follows in it's ancest...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-16
Now on the third generation of Android Wear-powered smartwatches, ASUS is paving the way with its first circular smartwatch. Sporting a respectable price of $229, ASUS hits the sweet spot for smartwatch pricing and even throws in some little extras that o...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-31
all Android Wear, the ZenWatch 3 offers no surprises in terms of interactions. The 2 additional buttons are shortcut keys to open apps. The middle button, like all Android Wear, is a back button that returns you to the watch face, There are only a handful...
ASUS latest Android smartwatch is circular, the first for ASUS. As I wore it daily for review, it caught the attention of many people. The natural metal finishing with subtle gold bezel ring (inspired by annular solar eclipse) and durable beige leather st...
ASUS latest Android smartwatch is circular, the first for ASUS. As I wore it daily for review, it caught the attention of many people. The natural metal finishing with subtle gold bezel ring (inspired by annular solar eclipse) and durable beige leather st...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-27
Eyecatching, stylish design with nice variety of color options, Bright, sharp display, Smooth performance, Reasonable price
Fixedangle band seems designed for very large wrists, Allday battery life can be a struggle, Recharge times not always as fast as promised
Have smartwatches reached an impasse? We've seen what the technology can do, and watched plenty of big-name mobile manufacturers release wearables, but lately it's felt like the time of the big smartwatch experiment has come and gone. Is it still possibl...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-10
Beautiful design, Great display, Fast charging, Excellent performance
Proprietary wrist strap connector, Lacks GPS, NFC, and a heart rate monitor
Not long after Android Wear's inception, ASUS entered the smartwatch market with the original ASUS ZenWatch. Although it didn't quite offer the same level of appeal as the circular Moto 360, it marked the beginning of one of the best Android Wear lines...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-29
Elegant design, Comfortable, Tracks sleep accurately, Battery charges quickly,
Inaccurate fitness measurements in testing, Need to install up to four apps for full functionality, three of which are Android-only, Android Wear remains clunky
The $229.99 Asus ZenWatch 3 is an elegant new smartwatch that runs on an old motor. You get basic fitness tracking, customizable watch faces, and interchangeable bands, but the aging Android Wear operating system simply can't compete with offerings from A...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-18
Good battery lif, Attractive desig, Customizable watch faces
No heart-rate monito, Lacks GPS
Now in their third generation, smartwatches have become much more refined, but have yet to become a must-wear for your wrist. The Asus Zenwatch 3 is unlikely to reverse that trend. But while the Android Wear-based watch doesn't break any new ground, it's...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-18
Design Bold and maybe a bit divisive, the ZenWatch 3 has a neat steampunk vibe. I think it's rad and it fits well, Battery life Above average in my experience. Well over a day, and maybe good for two days with lighter usage. Also supports fastcharging, Di...
Watch band While it looks and feels nice enough, the connection for the watch band is nonstandard. That means you won't be getting any thirdparty replacements
Asus has been one of the more persistent promoters of Android Wear since it was released. As other companies have scaled back on wearables, Asus is full speed ahead with a third-generation ZenWatch. The first ZenWatch was a solid addition to the initial w...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-23
Stylish design, thin and sleek, bright sharp display, water resistant
No heart rate monitor, no built-in GPS, no NFC
The biggest issue with some smartwatches is they don't actually look like a watch. They are big and bulky but that's not what you'll find with the compact and stylish ASUS Zenwatch 3.The device has a round face with a design and construction you would fin...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-17
The Android Wear ecosystem seems to have stalled a little this year, marred by delayed release of Wear 2.0 and a lack of devices from most major tech companies. That doesn't mean we haven't seen new devices or good devices. Several traditional watch maker...
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Reviewed on 2017-02-03
The Asus ZenWatch 3 arrived in Canada in early November 2016 to significant excitement among fans of Android Wear devices, especially given the fact that Google's wearable operating system has faced a dearth of releases lately.Motorola hasn't produced a n...
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