Hublot uses Google Wear OS in new $ 5,800 smartwatch | Gadgets

THE Hublot unveiled a new luxury smartwatch. This is the Hublot Big Bang and, a watch with Google Wear OS which costs up to $ 5,800. In other words: about R $ 30,260 in direct conversion. It is not yet known when gadget sales will begin.

Hublot Big Bang and (Photo: Disclosure / Hublot)

The Hublot Big Bang and is a luxury smartwatch. With a diameter of 42 mm, the watch has a sporty look and OLED screen with a resolution of 390 x 390 pixels. The gadget is still water resistant (3 ATM).

The watch’s technical data is formed by the Snapdragon Wear 3100 processor, 1 GB RAM and 8 GB storage. Regarding the battery, there are 300 mAh, whose capacity is enough to offer about a day of use, according to the manufacturer.

The watch comes out of the box with Google’s wearable operating system, Wear OS. The differential is watch faces exclusive to Hublot, such as the brand’s analog watch look or even the lunar calendar.

The Hublot Big Bang and will go on sale in the titanium and ceramic editions, with suggested prices of US $ 5,200 (about R $ 27,130 in direct conversion) and US $ 5,800 (R $ 30,260). According to the manufacturer, the smartwatch is compatible with phones Android 6.0 onwards and iPhone with iOS 12 or later.

This is yet another luxury watch with Wear OS presented in the first half of 2020. In March, Montblanc and TAG Heuer also announced their own smartwatches with the Google operating system, with prices starting at US $ 1,170 (about R $ 6,105 in direct conversion) and $ 1,800 (R $ 9,390), respectively.

With information: The Verge and Android Police

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