Jul 14, 2017 03:04 PM EDT
Google is continuing its policy of partnering with well-established fashion brands to make unique Android Wear watches. Now one of the most recognizable names, Louis Vuitton, is on board with its new Tambour Horizon. It definitely is one of those brands that need no introduction, and it's unveiled the Tambour Horizon, a wearable running Android Wear 2.0.
The Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon runs on Android Wear 2.0, connecting the smartphone via Bluetooth and external networks via Wi-Fi. Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon offers all the features of Android Wear 2.0, so the user is able to access loads of apps, get all your notifications and customize the watch faces.
The Louis Vuitton is offering 60 different detachable straps for the Tambour Horizon while its screen and back are covered in sapphire. On top of the usual Android Wear 2.0 experience, the company has added two apps of its own - My Flight and City Guide. The names are pretty self-descriptive - My Flight lets user have all air travel information at one place, as reported by GSM Arena.
The Android Wear 2.0 powered Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon is having a 1.2-inch 390x390 round AMOLED touchscreen. It has the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 chipset at the helm, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of onboard storage. Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon is backed up by a 300 mAh battery. It's water resistant up to 30m, has a 42mm case, and is 12.55mm thick, as reported by Tech Crunch.
The Tambour Horizon is quite expensive: $2450 for the stainless steel model and for black variant the price is $2900. Massively expensive Android Wear 2.0 Tambour Horizon smartwatch is still a great deal since other Louis Vuitton watches approaches the price high as $10,000. However, recently Asus Zenwatch 3 also got an update to Android Wear 2.0.
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