Leading watch brand Tag Heuer, is set to roll out a top end Android watch that is smart in more ways than one.
Called the Tag Heuer Connected Modular 45, the $2,000 timepiece, was developed in partnership with Intel, and apart from having 30 optional faces, this smartwatch has an all-metal body Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, NFC, Google Voice control and Android Pay.
Missing is a heart monitor however users will be able to take advantage of proactive scheduling and data capture from fitness workouts.
Buyers can select from 56 different versions of the watch — 11 standard models will be offered in stores with an additional 45 designs online.
Timepiece connoisseurs can personalise the watch with a variety of modules, horns, bracelets and buckles for hundreds of stylish design combinations,
Unlike the Apple Watch or the Samsung Gear 3 the smart module can also be reversed out for a mechanical watch or the even higher-end Tag Heuer 02T Tourbillon Chronograph.
The 13mm thick device is powered by Intel’s Atom z34xx processor and boasts 30-plus hours of battery life.
It is waterproof to 60 metres and has a tympanic membrane over the microphone. It also has a 1.39-inch AMOLED display with an ambient light sensor.
It is available now in satin or polished grade 5 titanium with a suggested retail of US$1,600.