Asus unveiled its first round smartwatch at IFA on Wednesday. The ZenWatch 3 features a perfectly circular design with a stunning metal frame and Android Wear software.

The ZenWatch 3 joins other round smartwatches like the Moto 360 and Huawei Watch, but Asus may have the competition beat. Its new wearable offers a large 1.39-inch AMOLED display with a 400 x 400-pixel resolution and Qualcomm’s special Snapdragon 2100 processor. It’s impressively thin at just 9.55mm, narrowly edging out the competition.

Asus also packed in 512MB of RAM, 4GB of storage and a 314mAh battery that should last up to two days per charge. The ZenWatch 3 docks magnetically and uses the company’s HyperCharge technology, which should get you from zero to 60 percent in just 15 minutes. There’s also an extra battery pack accessory, but we don’t know what it looks like or exactly how it will work.

On the software side, you’re getting standard Android Wear, which is set to get a big 2.0 upgrade this fall. Asus also includes a special watch face that shows battery life and your daily steps, which you can customize with a special mobile app.

The ZenWatch 3 is set to launch in Europe for €229. That’s about $255, though Asus hasn’t confirmed any plans for U.S. release so far.