This is Louis Vuitton’s first Android smartwatch
Top luxury fashion brand Louis Vuitton has just announced the Tambour Horizon, its first-ever smartwatch powered by Google’s Android Wear platform.
The luxury smartwatch skips most of the health-related stuff as it sports typical Android Wear hardware: a Snapdragon for wearables chip inside, an AMOLED display, and a 300mAh battery with a slim profile for its class at 12.5mm. The Tambour Horizon is also a Connected watch, meaning it would be able to stand alone with dedicated LTE and WiFi connectivity.
There are also pre-loaded apps exclusive for the device namely MyFlight (aims to help your airport experience be better) and City Guide (helps you check out some of the best places once you’ve landed).
Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon specs:
1.2-inch AMOLED display @ 390x390px, 460ppi
Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 Connected
Android Wear 2.0
42mm band, 12.5mm thickness
Available in Black, Grey (Graphite), and Brown (Monogram) base colors, the Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon will be selling at launch with 60 different strap designs — 30 designed for males, and the remainder targeted for females — with prices starting at USD2,500 or roughly Php127,000 before taxes and other fees.
Source: Louis Vuitton