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ASUS ZenWatch 2 is coming to the UK soon

ASUS has announced its second-generation Android Wear smartwatch, the ZenWatch 2, is on its way to the UK soon.

In a tweet posted on Tuesday, the the company’s UK arm revealed the Zenwatch 2 is “coming.”

ASUS UK stopped short of revealing a release date, but is encouraging interesting parties to sign up for updates.

https://twitter.com/statuses/671730732734132224

First announced in June, the square-faced ZenWatch 2 has been a long time coming. Following on from the swish-looking original, it has added a larger 370mAh battery, which promises to deliver a few hours of extra battery life.

It has also gained IP67 dust and water resistance, while a new new UI button on the side of the device will boost the usability.

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The first generation watch earned a 6/10 score from TrustedReviews back in January 2015.

It earned points for being one of the best-looking smartwatches on the block with a slim build and a premium feel. It was also lauded for having the best battery life for an Android Wear device at the time.

While the design was considered top notch, the lack of a buttons hampered use, while the screen was deemed unreadable in bright sunlight.

Does the new device do enough to push up that score? We’ll be conducting a full review in due course.

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